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  • Old School (Week 5) - Christmas Day

    Old School
     (Week 5) - Christmas Day

    December 25: An Old School Response to Christ's Birth


    Big news - The Savior has been born!.

  • Old School (Week 5)

    Old School
     (Week 5) - Christmas Eve

    December 24: Sleep In Heavenly Peace


    There is little peace on planet earth. The headlines, now here at home, rob us of our peace and make us fear for the future. But Micah promised the baby born in little Bethlehem would have great power. His love would allow us to live securely and he would become our peace.

  • Old School (Week 4)

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    December 17: Jesus Shepherds His People


    Christmas can be painful if people are far apart. Holidays are hard for the separated and divorced and for families whose bonds have been ripped apart by sin. But Jeremiah promised that Jesus would be “our righteousness,” the gift that makes our relationship with God right.

  • Old School (Week 3)

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    December 10: Christ Is The Light Of The World


    Some of us remember driving around town to check out the lights. In the midst of the dark season of winter, lights wow and impress us and bring joy to our hearts. Jesus did the same thing. Isaiah promised that those living in the land of the shadow of death would see a dawning light. Jesus is wonderful, a counselor, a perfect father who never leaves, a king over all governments, and so much more.

  • Old School (Week 2)

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    December 3: God Is With Us


    One of the magical things about Christmas is being with people. From family celebrations to work parties to special services, we tend to gather with others who bring us laughter and joy (hopefully!). But the greatest part of Christmas is knowing that God is with us. The virgin gave birth to a child and called him Immanuel.

  • Old School (Week 1)

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    November 26: The First Christmas Promise


    Jesus first “appears” in a promise made to two of history’s biggest failures, Adam and Eve. Although their doubt and sin brought death, pain, and frustration into our world, God made them the oldest promise of all, a promise to crush the Devil and his accusations. We might feel like failures too, especially around the Christmas season. Maybe we didn’t keep our promises to God or our resolutions to be better people. But God’s old school promise still stands.