Whenever Satan attacks you can be certain God has a great wonderful plan already underway for you and for the people around you.
In this Christmastime message, Jamie talks about Jesus being the light of the world. He tells the story of being lost in the Everglades on a hunting trip and how marvelous it was to finally see the light of his cabin way off in the distance. Jesus is the light that shines to bring us all home.
In this special Christmas Eve service, Jamie talks about what it means to be home for Christmas. What mystical longing calls us home for this time of the celebration of the birth of Christ?
In this Christmas message, Jamie teaches how God is seeking communion with us. In fact, He wants a relationship with us more than we could ever want one with him. And Christmas is His expression of making that personal relationship with Him come to pass. And with that relationship comes everything He has for us from heaven.
In this Christmas message Jamie underscores the historic importance of the birth of Christ. He then emphasizes the fact that we as Christians are citizens of the kingdom of God and lists two key things that will happen to us when we come into the fulness of that understanding.
In this Christmas Eve message, Jamie teaches that the Bible is a book about family. From the Garden of Eden all the way through, the Bible focuses on family, relationships, and the fact that we were not created to be alone. God wants a relationship with us and the church is the family of God. Jesus came that we might be totally accepted into the family of God.
In this Christmas message, Jamie relates what Christmas is really all about. It’s about the living Christ and a time of new beginnings for us all.
God makes all things new and he is building on the past to do that, past successes as well as failures, and He is moving forward. We must move with Him
In this Christmas message, Jamie shares of his recent hunting trip and how getting lost in the Everglade swamps was reminiscent of his prayer life and his ongoing search for God’s will and purpose in his life. Without knowing where you are now, there is no way to know where to go to get out. But we have a guide, Emmanuel, God with us.