How to Preach about Christmas with One Word
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If you had to summarize the theology of Luke's Christmas stories in one word, what would you say? In this week's featured sermon—"God's Favor" Colin Smith focuses his Christmas sermon on one word—favor (which is really the two words of "God's favor"). Preachers, if you're looking for a fresh, simple, biblical way to present the Christmas story, look at Colin's outline and then do your own exegesis and prayer work. But first read the sermon and let God's favor wash over your soul, and then preach the favor of God to love-hungry people.
This week we also feature:
- Sermon Series: "Generosity"—a four-part series by Jim Nicodem and Gordon MacDonald
- Illustration: Loki, the 'Puny God' on The Avengers
- Video: Christmas Hope
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After pastoring churches in Minnesota and on Long Island (most recently the Three Village Church), Matt Woodley now lives in Chicago and serves as the Managing Editor for PreachingToday.com.
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