Digital Men's Advent Study - For All

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Digital Men's Advent Study - For All

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Note: THIS IS A DIGITAL VERSION OF THE WOMEN'S STUDY. 

Stories have layers. Characters, because of their unique makeup, are often the ways in which stories are communicated because we can relate to them.

This year we will seek to experience the Christmas story through those that experienced it first.

THIS STORY IS FOR ALL, BUT IT IS ALSO JUST FOR YOU.

From the beginning of creation itself through those that foretold the coming of Jesus hundreds of years before it happened, we’ll explore details and lessons that will help you understand the historical significance of His birth. Even as we see Jesus’ coming through the eyes of Mary, Joseph and the Angels we’ll see aspects of faith and belief that are still wrestled with to this day. As Jesus’ birth leads some to celebrate and others to fear and aggressively work to diminish His influence on a hurting world, we’ll become familiar with those same emotions in the hope of seeing God’s will come to pass in the person of Jesus Christ.

Just like us they experienced joy and sorrow, freedom and struggle, laughter and pain, and community and isolation.

Jesus came to offer redemption For All. This is the greatest gift you will receive this Christmas. Will you feel and experience the joy that this gift promises to bring?

This is your invitation.

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As always, 10% of our profits go to print studies for women in prison.

 

Contributors are Chris Kiser, Jason Bean, Jaymi Blankenship, Stephen Buys, Charles Causey, Joel Davis, Brandon Freeman, Ben Larzabal, Jonathan Malm, David Mowbray, Paul Pastor, Jacob Phelps, Chris Redmon, Clint Rutledge, Jay Smith, Nils Smith, Taylor Teel, Hunter Threadgill, and Gene Whitehead.