Songs of Christmas

Christmas 2022

A Song of Response

December 24, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Luke 2:25–35

Take a listen to this special Christmas Eve message from Pastor Jay and be reminded of God's faithfulness, love and mercy that have taken the form of Jesus being born for us.

A Song of Gratitude

December 25, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Luke 2:36–38

In light of what the Lord has done for us through the giving of His son, Jesus, how do we respond? In this Christmas Day message, Pastor Jay examines the prophetess Anna's story in Luke and uses that as an example of how we are to respond, proclaim, and wait expectantly.

A Song of Joy

December 18, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Luke 2:8–15

The angels' appearance to the shepherds in Luke 2 is one of the most magnificent stories recorded in the Bible. But what does passage say about who Jesus is and what he brings to us today?

A Song of Faith

December 11, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Luke 1:67–79

This week Pastor Jay preaches about Zechariah's song, which was his prophesy in response to the birth of his son John. It focuses much on the salvation of God's people, and how it is announced by John but accomplished by Jesus. Take a listen to see how this news of salvation brings us a special hope this Christmas season.

A Song of Worship

December 4, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Luke 1:46–56

Mary's response to what God has done in choosing her to bear the savior of the world is one of worship, adoration, humility, and a deeply personal nature. What can we take from her example and apply to our present-day context? What is worship and what role does it play in our relationship with our God? Listen to this important message from Pastor Jay.

A Song of Anticipation

November 27, 2022 • Chad Mize • Luke 1:39–45

As we begin the Christmas season, we take a look at the song of Elizabeth, in which she expresses the excitement and wonder she felt when Mary came to visit her while pregnant with Jesus. Pastor Chad preaches about what Jesus' coming does for us and poses some poignant questions regarding the posture of our hearts this season.