Month: December 2014

And A Little Child Shall Lead Them… Part 4 of our Truth About Christmas Sermon Series

Close your eyes and picture in your mind the moment of Christ’s birth. If you are like most people, you probably picture a stable with a wooden manger. In the manger atop a bale of hay is the baby Jesus. And surrounding… Read More

The Sound of Music – Part 3 of our Truth of Christmas Advent Series

There is a war on Christmas! And it’s not being fought in the trenches of the outside world, but right here in the church! Can you guess what it is? Is it about the commercialization of Christmas? No. Is it about the… Read More

King Arthur and the Midi-Chlorians – Part 2 of our Truth of Christmas Series

How do you tell truth from fiction? How do you tell truth from fiction? Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes…it’s complicated. Truth can be fictionalized like we see in the movies and on television. “Based on a true story” simply means that some aspect… Read More

Festivus for the Rest of Us! – Part 1 of our Truth of Christmas Series

Festivus for the rest of us! That was the shout out from George Costanza’s father on a 1997 episode of Seinfeld. George’s dad, tired of the rampant commercialization of Christmas, decided to make his own holiday called Festivus. As he proclaimed, “A… Read More

Amazing Grace

I’ll never forget the time I got to see Mikhail Baryshnikov dance in person. He was with the White Oak Dance Project, which was a modern dance company he founded. The year was about 1995 and they were doing a series of… Read More