Jeff Maness – December 24, 2020 What was significant about the manger and strips of cloth that Jesus was wrapped in? Could there be a message in the small details of the Christmas story? The manger was more than a sign for the shepherds, it was a message for all of mankind.
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Jeff Maness – December 6, 2020 – It’s easy for us to believe that God’s commitment to us or love for us is based on our performance. But Christmas proves that God’s commitment to us is not based on our cleanliness before Him.
Jeff Maness- If you were getting a gift for Jesus, what would you give? How do you offer anything of value to “God in the flesh”? This Christmas, we’ll all be encouraged to find out the answer to the question, “What does Jesus want from me?”
Jeff Maness- None of us want to face sorrow but all of us eventually will. We don’t know why Jesus is doesn’t stop the things that cause our sorrow, but we do know this: Jesus is our Hope because He has a solution for our sorrow.
Jeff Maness- We still believe in a God who heals. We still believe in a God who can do miracles. In a world that is in desperate need of hope, we believe that Jesus is our hope because Jesus is our healer.
Week 5 – Jeff Maness – December 24, 2018 To fully experience what was given at Christmas we have to fully understand what to expect from Christmas. The gift Jesus offered doesn’t always lead to a Merry Little Christmas where all our troubles are miles away. So, in the midst of the darkness of life...
Andy Hazelet- Have you ever wondered what is so wonderful about Jesus? As we approach the Christmas season, we’re taking a look at what we’ve been “given” in Jesus. He is wonderful, and He is the counselor.
Jeff Maness Peace is not the way many of us would describe our lives. We are often busy, overwhelmed, unprepared and afraid. In this Christmas Eve message, we look at how the our circumstances might be out of control, but our souls can be given peace!
Jeff Maness Opportunities to worry in this life are constant, but so is God’s overwhelming peace. In the midst of our worry, anxiety and depression, God wants us to access the peace that only He can provide.
Jeff Maness Just because God is silent in your life does not mean that He is absent from your life. We all face seasons where it feels like God is silent. What do we do in those times?