More than just a “little town” of Christmas carol melodies, Bethlehem is a real place with significant biblical history and theological importance.
Paul Tripp reflects on how God’s answer to the brokenness of our world is not just a theology or a set of wisdom statements—it’s the gift of his Son.
David Platt reflects on how consumerism undermines Christmas by leading us to exalt gifts over the Giver and shifting our energies and resources away from the urgency of mission and evangelism.
In this bonus episode of TGC Q&A, Fernando Ortega and Stuart Townend discuss their favorite Christmas carols and the honesty captured in these songs.
In the tradition of Handel’s ‘Messiah,’ here are eight living composers whose work creatively explores the nativity.