Psalm 98; Romans 10:8-15–This series of Christmas messages will focus on the scriptural truths underlying many of our familiar Christmas carols. This week–“Joy to the Word” and “Go, Tell It on the Mountain.”
3 John “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” v. 4 The apostle John joyfully commends those who not only faithfully, consistently stand up for the truth, but also offer assistance, fellowship and encouragement to others who are doing the same.
Ecclesiastes 2:1-26 King Solomon was successful by the world’s standards. He had wealth, possessions, pleasure and impressive accomplishments. In this message Chaplain Kalen Heller shares with us the futility of seeking to find purpose in life in any person or thing apart from God.
John 17:11-26 Jesus prays for His disciples who are there with Him and for those yet to come. He asks the Father that they would be protected, sanctified, sent out and unified.He also asks that they would be with Him and see His glory.