Take time each day to reflect on the coming of Jesus Christ.
Sunday, November 27, 2022 - Monday, December 26, 2022
Advent begins Sunday, November 27 and is a time of preparation for the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, the Light of the World. This Christmas season, choose to focus your thoughts and attention on Him during this often distracting time.
On this Advent journey each letter of the alphabet will teach us something important about the Christmas story. Along the way we’ll meet the Wise Men, the shepherds, and a bad king named Herod. We’ll also meet Joseph and Mary. Best of all, we’ll meet the Savior whose birthday we celebrate each year at Christmas..
Through this 26-day devotional series (starting December 1), Ray Pritchard helps us to experience Advent from A to Z. Build your faith and increase your joy by joining us on this Advent journey.
The Christmas We Didn’t Expect
The most unexpected and significant event in the history of the world actually happened over 2,000 years ago when God himself became one of us in the person of Jesus Christ.
These Advent reflections, written by David Mathis, help us to lift our eyes to the wonder of the incarnation, and worship the One who came to save us and make our futures certain.
Be amazed once more by the unexpected details of Jesus’s unique birth and saving work with these short daily devotions and prayers, and renew your worship of our humble, generous, and loving Savior.
Christmas Family Worship Guide & Videos!
Seeds Family Worship
Here is a free devotional tool that will help lead your family into the Word and into awesome family time celebrating the birth of Jesus. This family worship guide was written to go along with the Seeds of Christmas videos that you can watch for free. We believe that using Seeds music and videos along with the Christmas guide will facilitate fun, meaningful family time and help you grow in your relationships with Jesus.
The King Has Come: Advent Readings From Isaiah
The book of Isaiah was written hundreds of years before Jesus was born. But it contains many predictions about His birth, life, and death. In this 28-day Advent devotional, we go on a journey through Isaiah to see the prophecies about the King "who is and who was and who is to come."
Devotions for Advent: A Light in the Darkness
Spend fifteen minutes a day this Advent season and you will be challenged, inspired and renewed by the love of God for his people. Whether Advent is a bit like a foreign language to you or is a part of your normal life, this short devotional will help to guide you as you seek the one of whom the angels sang “joy to the world, the Lord is come!” Each of the four weeks of Advent focuses on a specific theme: hope, preparation, joy and love. Each day offers a Scripture passage and a short meditation to focus your heart and mind on the coming King.