Are you intentionally showing Jesus to anyone or telling them about what God has done in your life?
Road to Bethlehem—the walk-through dramatisation of the story of the birth of Jesus—is returning to in-person events at a number of locations around Australia in December.
Karen Collum is a teacher, chaplain, student, mother and experienced children’s author. She talked recently about adapting “Advent” for children and their families.
When we become too fixated on the law, we can miss the calling and leading of God in our lives.
A fallen angel who seduced humanity to join him in rebellion and misery, with death the tragic consequence vs the “Defeater of Death” who humbled Himself and carried the cross. Two absolute opposites.
Among the various characters in the story of the birth of Jesus, I have a soft spot for the magi. I have imagined them as learned men who don’t fit with the more provincial characters in Jerusalem, but who are puzzled and disappointed by the unwitting ignorance and self-interested plotting they encounter.
More than 10,000 copies of a new book will invite children and families to go deeper into the story of Jesus’s birth in the month of Christmas this year.
Wahroonga’s annual “SING NOEL” carols program and Sydney Adventist Hospital’s annual San Carols program were combined into one event and streamed on Youtube, Facebook and Hope Channel.
The Christmas hampers were the result of a collaboration between Adventist Healthcare through the Sydney Adventist Hospital, ADRA Australia, and local Seventh-day Adventist Churches and pathfinder clubs.
Jesus’ arrival on earth was very much a planned event.