The Birth of Jesus – A Lesson In Contrasts

Text: Luke 2:8-20 – On this Fourth Sunday of Advent, Pastor Win highlights some significant contrasts we see surrounding the birth of Jesus. God sometimes uses contrasts to reveal something we need to learn. In this case, God’s word teaches us that our significance is not tied to our heritage or our accomplishments, or our […]

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The Shepherd’s Joy

Text: Luke 2:8-20 – On this third Sunday of Advent, Pastor Russ looks at the angel’s announcement to the shepherds. God did not choose to announce the birth of the Saviour to the rich or powerful or religious elite of the world. He chose to announce the birth of the Saviour to lowly shepherds reminding […]

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God Uses Broken People

Text: Luke 2:8-23 – On this Third Sunday of Advent, Pastor Russ reminds us that God chose to announce the birth of his Son to lowly shepherds. Shepherds did not fall into the category of nobility or upper class citizens. Yet, God chose to reveal the arrival of the Saviour to these simple, hardworking people. […]

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The Christ Child: A Shepherd’s Perspective

Text: Luke 2:8-20 – Why would God choose to make the first public declaration of the birth of the Saviour to shepherds – considered the “outcasts” of Jewish society?  Why not the king, or the priests?  In this message, Pastor Win talks about the birth of Christ from the shepherd’s perspective.  We have much to […]

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