An Incarnational Life (An Incarnational Christmas #3)

Many Americans love to drive around town in December looking at Christmas lights. (We are like bugs drawn to the light!) Why? Perhaps because light, while it is outside of us, does something within us. Light gives us some joy, a bit of hope, and a sense of awe.

Maybe this is why Jesus is called “the Light of the World.”

In this third part of our teaching series “An Incarnational Christmas” we discover that Jesus, as the light, has come to give us joy, hope, and awe. But his incarnation does more than just give us light. It also changes how we live.

So listen in to “An Incarnational Life.”

An Incarnational Mirror (An Incarnational Christmas #2)

Our view of self as humans vacillates wildly. We shift from thinking we are one of the most awesome persons on earth to one of the worst people to have ever lived. (And sometimes we even think all of that on the same day!)

But the Incarnation of Jesus actually addresses our view of self, helping us see who we really are in the eyes of God. And that view will simultaneously humble us and embolden us as humans.

So listen in to better understand who you are and who you are meant to be.

Incarnational Impact (An Incarnational Christmas #1)

The New Oxford American Dictionary defines “incarnation” as “a person who embodies in the flesh a deity.” In Christianity, the incarnation of Jesus, God the Son, into human flesh is a foundational doctrine to the faith. But this doctrinal truth does more than just separate Christianity from other religions, it impacts the meaning of Christmas and our view of God.

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