Embracing the Impossible

. Some call it “The December Debate.”  What seasonal greeting is appropriate; Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?  Strong opinions abound.  I suggest an alternative:  I wish for you a “Mary Christmas.”

Consider what seemingly impossible thing God does through His humble servant, Mary.  When we think of Mary’s life, becoming the mother of Jesus, we remember the hope of scripture:  “For with God nothing shall be impossible.”

Feeling a little bleak of “Bah Humbug” this season?  Today, wherever you are, whatever you lack, wherever His light is needed . . . in the name of Jesus Christ, I wish for you a “Mary Christmas!”

Join us in our pilgrimage towards the manger this Advent season.  Our services of worship will be at both 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. this weekend; we’d be honored for you to join us.  Our 8 a.m. worship this Sunday will feature the sanctuary choir’s choral cantata, “O Holy Night!”  Our 10:30 a.m. worship will feature praise team music and Rev. Mike’s message: “Embracing the Impossible.”


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