The week after Christmas is a weird one. It’s hard to remember what day it is, and it can be hard to get back into the groove. On top of that, many people experience what is referred to as the post-Christmas blues. All the excitement and activity is over, and oftentimes a feeling of sadness sets in. And while all of that can be very real, I am still smiling about the most special and memorable Christmas we had at Midcurrent.
On what was the last Christmas we will spend in the first place we called home, we welcomed more people through our doors than ever before. That’s almost 350 men, women, and children who heard that Jesus came into the world the way He did to send the whole world a message. That message is this:
There is no place He hasn’t been.
There is no situation He can’t transform.
There is no person He doesn’t love.
So let me say thanks to each and every one of you who prayed, served, invited, tuned in, and showed up for Christmas Eve Eve at Midcurrent. It was such a joy to celebrate, together, the good news of Emmanuel–God is with us.
I look forward to being with all of you this coming Sunday, onsite or online, for Week 1 in a brand new message series, First and Ten. We’ll kickoff 2022 by exploring a game changing question Jesus asked over 2000 years ago. Our answer to that question very well may determine the year that lies ahead for us.
Hope to see you then.
10:30am // Camp St. Croix // YouTube.com/MidcurrentChurch