Several years ago, for a couple of years in a row, we hosted a Christmas concert at Munger. Whatever you're picturing is wrong. "Holly Jolly Christmas" was not sung. No 7th graders played clarinets. No one wore choir robes. The concert is the brainchild of Andrew Peterson, an independent musician from Nashville. He and some … Continue reading Behold the Lamb of God!
Starting tomorrow, we get into Isaiah's beautiful prophecies about the coming Savior - the Messiah. I love reading these prophecies each Advent because it's so clear how they were fulfilled. I know they weren't written for me originally, but they feel like a perfect gift from God saying, "Yes, I know what I'm doing." You … Continue reading For Unto Us…
Jesus had grandparents. That's weird to think about. This week we'll read the Luke account of Jesus' entire lineage. If you have a curious child who wants to compare it with the list in Matthew, you'll notice some differences. DOES THIS MEAN THE BIBLE CAN'T BE TRUSTED!?!? No. Both accounts put their emphasis where they … Continue reading Jesus Had Grandparents
Who is the most impressive, exciting person you've ever been around? I shook hands with Matthew McConnaughey once. That's the best I can offer. But this week we'll read about The Transfiguration, a time when a few disciples get to hangout with Jesus, Moses and Elijah as they pow-wow. Can you imagine? Incredible. May 27: … Continue reading I Shook Hands with Matthew McConnaughey.