Pastor's Blog: It Never Gets Old

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

Each of us has his or her favorite Christmas carol, and to paraphrase Luke’s birth narrative, we are “sorely disappointed” when it doesn’t get sung during the season. Of course, some we enjoy more than others, but the carol that most likely rates a place on everyone’s list is the old standard, “Silent Night, Holy Night,” which we sing at MBBC every Christmas Eve.

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Project 119: Leviticus 16

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Exodus 24

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Exodus 12

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Genesis 22:1-19

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Revelation 1:1-8

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Pastor's Blog: Go, Tell It On The Mountain (Brook)

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

Some news simply was never meant to be kept close to the vest, like the news of Christmas. From the very beginning, the very core of the Christmas message was an angelic announcement that a Savior was to be born “to all people.” No one is to be left out of the Christmas celebration. Everyone is invited to join in on the “glad tidings of great joy.”

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Project 119: Hebrews 1:1-4

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Project 119: Mark 9:2-13

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Project 119: Luke 4:16-30

 |  Project 119

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