Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Children’s Message at Christmas

Most often Christmas feels a lot like getting stuff. You know, presents under the tree with my name on it. Christmas is often about gifts for me. Did you get any awesome gifts this morning? Is there a gift that you … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve – When Holy Happens

Please read Luke 2:1-20 Now, children, please listen to me: Your battery-operated candle is NOT to be used as a light-sabre during worship; it is not a Morse Code signal light; I know it is dark in here, but it … Continue reading

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Christmas Day – Let the Light In

Please read John 1:1-14 Recently I’ve been wearing these new “progressive lens” eye-glasses to help my vision. It’s taken some getting used to. For one thing, I can’t simply walk around looking at things in the same way anymore. There … Continue reading

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Advent 2B – Waiting to Give

Please read Isaiah 40 and Mark 1 A six-year old girl asked her father, the pastor, why before preaching a sermon he always bowed his head in a moment of silence. “Well, my dear,” the pastor answered his daughter, “before … Continue reading

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