Christmas 2005 will present an opportunity for Christian families to give a positive stand for the Lord’s Day and to defend the truth of God against traditions of men. Because Christmas falls on Sunday, in the minds of many it will be the holiest day since their last correspondence. One can almost feel the magic. An early morning church service. Gifs and brunch. A yuletide extravaganza worthy of Nat King Cole and Bing Crosby. There is one problem. December 25, 2005 will be the Lord’s Day, not Christmas Day.
From the Pastor's Desk
The entrenchment of pluralism in western institutions seems insurmountable. Popular wisdom suggests that Christian relevance requires working for small gains within the existing system and standing strongly for one or two non-negotiable social issues. This is an understandable and perhaps necessary response.