Sermons on Christmas
“If by Chance You Missed Christmas” Luke 2:1-18, Matthew 25:31-40
December 26, 2021. Wise Men Still Seek Him. Matthew 2:1-12.
December 24, 2021. A Christmas Communion. Revelation 19:11
Sunday December 27, 2020. youtube.com/genesisumccary
December 24, 2020. “The Christmas Cub”
Sunday December 22, 2019. The Redemption of Scrooge: The Hope of Christmas Future. Luke 4:18-19
Sunday December 15, 2019. The Redemption of Scrooge: The Life of Christmas Present – Look Upon Me. Matthew 2:1-18
A Christmas Musical Celebration, Sunday December 8. The Genesis Chancel Choir, Instrumental Ensemble and Friends presented a Christmas Musical Celebration, arranged and directed by our very talented Music Director, Marla Ham. The musical presentation is not available for download.
Sunday December 1, 2019. The Redemption of Scrooge: Bah! Humbug! Making Change. Isaiah 9:6-7
Monday, December 24, 2018. Take a Break.
Pastor Craig Ham shares this Christmas Eve message relating the Magi’s and their discovery of the Christ child, with our own needed discovery of Christ in our lives. Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12
Pastor Craig Ham shares the story of Jesus’ presentation at the temple and Simeon’s prophecy at hearing and seeing Him as the Christmas challenge for us all to answer the question, “what are you going to do with Christ?” Scripture: Luke 2:25-35
Pastor Craig Ham shares the Christmas story through the lens of the shepherd’s and how they carried the gospel story to everyone, and we are challenged to do the same. Scripture: Luke 2:8-20
Pastor Craig Ham uses the story of Mary and Elizabeth’s reunion in the Gospel of Luke and the response of Elizabeth’s baby leaping in her womb at the sound of Mary’s voice as an illustration of how we are to listen for the word of God and respond as we hear Him. Scripture: Luke 1:39-45
Pastor Craig Ham shares the story of John the Baptist’s answer to the question from people witnessing his ministry “what should we do to prepare for the Messiah’s coming?” His answers are the challenge of our lives – how should we prepare for His coming? Scripture: Luke 3:7-18
Pastor Craig Ham begins this first Sunday of Advent with a message based on the admonitions from Luke’s gospel about preparing ourselves for the return of Christ. Now is the time to slow down and prepare ourselves. Scripture: Luke 21:25-36