Christmas should first and foremost be a season of grateful worship. It’s a time to remember the story of God’s overwhelming love for our world, and to celebrate the birth of a king. It should be a season where love wins, and peace is a reality, not a pipe dream. What if we worshiped with more than Christmas carols by changing how we celebrate Christmas? What would that look like?


1 Response to “Worship Fully”

  1. 1 drizz November 22, 2009 at 11:11 am

    itll look like us being the christ followers were suppsose to be.

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