Advent is a time for us to prepare our hearts for Christ, who stepped out of heaven and took on flesh, God among us! Advent, which means coming, is the four weeks prior to Christmas. This advent, we will use the classic carols, Christmas songs, and films to help us reflect on the Bible passages about the birth of Christ. As we do, our prayer is that we will have a fresh and renewed hope for this season of expectation of the long-awaited Christ child, the hope of the world!
As we step into Advent, we will be taking a look at a Classic Christmas. One of the more recent songs of the Christmas season, which has become a classic, is “Mary Did You Know.” As we look at this carol, our prayer is that we have a fresh and renewed faith in the work of God through the Christ child, the author and perfecter of our faith.
As we step into Advent, we will be taking a look at a Classic Christmas. This morning we are considering the words to the classic carol “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus.”
Join us to hear Scott Brownson, husband, father of three, worship leader, songwriter, and recording artist. Scott spends time leading worship in his local church, at Clydehurst for the youth and families that attend camp, and travels extensively to churches, colleges, and conferences to lead music, teach about worship leading, encourage songwriters and ministry leaders, and play concerts.
Join us for Thankfulness: Part 3. When you see God at work and respond to what he is doing with thankfulness, you will grow as a disciple of Jesus.