Small Christmas: Small People

Christmas is a story of God doing big things through small people. I think there are lots of people who think God only uses big folks: those with big personalities, with big gifts, and big pocketbooks. As I read scripture I see a different pattern emerging: that God uses small people who trust in a big God. God uses small people because their smallness demonstrates His power.

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Worship Thoughts: Singing

If you don’t know this already: worship is more than singing. Worship ultimately is a lifestyle of response to a great and loving God. If you ever make the mistake to limit it to singing or music, you’ve missed the true pleasure of what worship is.
But, worship is singing; it’s part of it. If you have a problem with that, you have a problem with worship.

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What You Need.

If you’ve been Christmas shopping already, then you know what I’m talking about: crowds.  There’s nothing pretty about the crowds at Christmas.  People get viscous trying to get the stuff they want.  In the midst of this materialistic dream, don’t you think its time we stop to think about what we need? I think we…

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