Carter Moss - December 13, 2020
Distractions at Home (Luke 2:1-7)
Joseph’s homecoming for the census would have inevitably meant interactions with relatives, many of which probably would not understand all that was going on with Mary. Will these distractions cause them to miss the miracle of Christmas? Listen in as we talk about the reality of distractions and how to disrupt them.
From Series: "I'll (Still) Be Home for Christmas"
Most of us find ourselves at home for the holidays, perhaps more than in previous years. Inevitably, we are spending more concentrated time with those near us: immediate family, neighbors, select neighbors. How can we approach Advent this year while at home? Join us for a sermon series where we relive the experience of the Christmas story through the stories of some of the main characters as their story gets personal where they are—at home.
More From "I'll (Still) Be Home for Christmas"
|Character at Home (Matthew 1:18-25)||Isaac Roberts||November 29, 2020||Watch|
|Response at Home (Matthew 2:1-12)||Robert Wachs||December 6, 2020||Watch|
|Distractions at Home (Luke 2:1-7)||Carter Moss||December 13, 2020||Watch|
|Mission at Home (Luke 2:8-20)||Mike Quinn||December 20, 2020||Watch|
|Christmas Eve (Luke 1:26 - 38)||Robert Wachs||December 24, 2020||Watch|