Nov 2015 - Dec 2015
Arguably, the most famous Christmas movie of all time is It’s A Wonderful Life. The story of George Bailey resonates in all of us because we don’t appreciate what we have until we lose it. Christmas is a reminder that God sent His Son so that we might have life…an abundant, wonderful life. In this 4-part series, Lead Pastor Bobby Martin will remind us that because of Christmas, life can be enjoyed to the fullest.
Sun, Dec 20, 2015
One depiction of Christmas shows Santa Claus kneeling beside the manger. At that first Christmas, a group of educated, wealthy, and influential men did the same. What is it about that night that makes the world stop and sing; not lullabies, but carols of worship? The answer might drive you to your knees.
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Part of what makes the Christmas season so meaningful for many of us is the familiarity. We like things to be the same way every year. We are familiar with the story, the decorations, the music, and the atmosphere. However, the unfamiliar frightens us at times. Mary and Joseph found themselves in an unfamiliar location, surrounded by unfamiliar people, in an unfamiliar environment. Bobby will show us how their response proves that God is still at work, even in the unfamiliar.
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
For Mary and Joseph the entire Christmas scenario was unexpected. Let’s be honest. Many of us don’t deal well with the unexpected. In this message Bobby shows us how to respond when God puts us in an unexpected situation. Believe it or not, we have a choice.
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Do you remember as a child what it was like enduring those days before Christmas? It was the anticipation that made Christmas, Christmas. There's always been a sense of anticipation around Christmas. The first Christmas was no different. Maybe that anticipation is needed. Maybe it’s what happens in that waiting that is the most important. In this opening message, Bobby explains “The George Bailey Syndrome”.