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A Christmas Carol

Just as Ebenezer Scrooge was confronted by the truth of his past, present and future, we will talk about how the real message of Christmas addresses our past, our present and our future.

From this Series

Christmas Past

December 4, 2016 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 3

We all have things in our past that we sometimes allow ourselves to be prisoners of - whether it’s what others have done to hurt us, or the way we have hurt ourselves. Moses had his own list of past experiences that he struggled with. But as we see in the Bible, God still used Moses, despite the pain, short-comings, and failures. The same is true of us. God can and will use us, no matter what our past is like.

Christmas Present

December 11, 2016 by Mark Stuenzi Message 2 of 3

It's easy to get caught up in busyness, isn't it? The trouble is, how do we keep from letting that busyness overwhelm our lives? Scrooge had allowed himself to become so distracted by his own work that he had become a selfish, uncaring man who showed little compassion to anyone. At Christmas, we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. His incarnation was the ultimate expression of love and self-sacrifice.

Christmas Future

December 18, 2016 by Dan White Message 3 of 3

How do you think people will remember you when you're gone? Ebenezer Scrooge got to hear just what others thought of him when the Ghost of Christmas Future took him into his future. Unfortunately, for Scrooge, it was not the kind of legacy anyone would want to leave behind. The only way for us to live wisely is to live with the end in mind. Only Jesus offers the promise of abundant and eternal life.