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  • Advent 2013

    Advent 2013

    • December 24, 2013
      18:43 min
      The Christmas Story
      Stuart Williams
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    • December 22, 2013
      24:53 min
      Geoff DeJager
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      Eternal life not in the sense of everlasting life but in terms of sharing the life and heart of the Father. Right now, because God has come near to us in Jesus we can know God, and share in his life.
    • December 15, 2013
      28:29 min
      Stuart Williams
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      We look forward to having our children lead us in worship through song, scripture and dance. Join us as we celebrate together the joy of Christ with us.
    • December 8, 2013
      19:55 min
      Geoff DeJager
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      God’s love is made known to us through the gift of His Son. The Son of God became flesh and lived in our world, sympathetic to our circumstance and responsive to our need. The gift of the incarnation is that we know Christ understands what we face, but through the gift of His presence enables us to live a God glorifying life.
    • December 1, 2013
      42:28 min
      Stuart Williams
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      At Christmas we compile ‘wish’ lists. These verses in Matthew contain Jesus’ wish list. Jesus teaches that it is in caring for the least of these, the stranger, the naked, the hungry, the imprisoned, that we are serving him. We will also introduce our Christmas miracle project: As a congregation we contribute together towards a communal Christmas gift to be given to the ‘least of these.’ The focus is to take our focus off ourselves and celebrate Jesus instead.