Williamsburg Community Chapel

Past Message Series

The Movement of God

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Our Annual Focus for September 2016–June 2017 is titled Movement. Click below to view our accompanying materials!
ANNUAL FOCUS BOOKLET

ANNUAL FOCUS CALENDAR

 

Sermon Schedule and Resources

11/27 (First Sunday of Advent): The Movement of God (Colossians 1:15-20)
Resource: Small Group Questions
Video: The Movement of God – Series Intro

12/4 (Second Sunday of Advent): Doubting God's Movement (Luke 1:1-25)
Resource: Small Group Questions

12/11 (Third Sunday of Advent): Embracing God's Movement (Luke 1:26-38)
Resource: Small Group Questions

12/18 (Fourth Sunday of Advent): Announcing God's Movement (Luke 3:1-6)
Resource: Small Group Questions

12/24 (Christmas Eve): Seeing God's Movement (Luke 2:1-20)

12/25 (Christmas Day): Confirming God's Movement (Luke 2:28-32)
Resource: Christmas Day Devotional

1/1 (New Year's Day): What Place Do You Need to Call "Roll?" (Joshua 5:9-6:1)
Resource: What place do you need to call "Roll?" card 
Video: The Movement of God – Series Recap

About This Message Series

In Colossians 1:15 we read that Jesus “is the image of the invisible God...” The season of Advent celebrates God's unmatched pursuit of reconciliation with man by becoming man. Theologians refer to this event as “the incarnation.” While this may not be a word we use often, the process by which the incarnation occurred included both the miraculous and the mundane, the appearance of angels and the shepherding of sheep. In light of this, the doctrine of the incarnation must be understood on both a spiritual and practical level. The Christmas story reveals both that God became flesh in real time and space as well as how God became flesh in real time and space. This Christmas season as we study both of these aspects of the incarnation, we hope to embrace the full implications of believing in and serving the God who first moved toward us as a baby in Bethlehem.

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