Although death is certain and struggle to survive is real, so is the warmth of the midwinter sun breaking through the cold darkness to remind us all that pain is not permanent and death is eclipsed by life.
Sarah, Jenni and I talk music, worship, church, Christmas and we sing. Livingston County Christian Musicians.
Click here to visit the music videos page. These are original songs. I hope that you'll enjoy them.
The Christmas story is that God crossed over to us so that we can cross over to Him. He accomplished that through a baby in a manger which has been the subject of more painting, books and songs than you could possibly imagine. in other words, the nativity is God's art; a thing of wonder and beauty. It invites us to cross over the troubled waters of life into a life of simple majesty.
Truth be told, those are the things we remember most. Not the perfect song or the well-rehearsed line. No, we remember the little boy playing the part of a shepherd. When he forgot part of his line he shouted, "Shoot! I didn't want to say the stupid part anyway!" In fact, I don't think I'd want to watch a perfect kids church program. I'll take the memories instead.
"As the wax flew like raindrops in a dust devil people started to scatter. My well-planned Christmas Eve worship service was about to go up in flames."