mir·a·cle /ˈmirək(ə)l/ noun
1. a surprising and welcome event that’s not explicable by natural or scientific laws… considered to be the work of a divine agency.
2. a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences.
A baby is born,
my life has meaning.
My faith grows strong,
And my neighbor is changed.
The Miracle is eternal,
He is here!
It’s my hope that you find ‘Miracle’ this Christmas season. For the next six weeks we’ll share the wonder of wonders. Christmas is ours. We are Miracle! Here’s the plan…
Miracle Making in four steps:
Step #1 – Please come to church with anticipation and expectation. God has something special for you. As child eagerly waits for Santa’s arrival, bring that hope and innocence each in each service.
Step #2 – Invite one person to be your guest. The Miracle of Christmas is meant to be shared. Ask God for the one he wants you to bring to church.
Step #3 – Follow-up. Become a ‘Holy Pest,’ for one month, or until they ask you to stop. Without ceremony or sermon, just say Merry Christmas, please be my guest.
Step #4 – Prayerfully target Christmas Sunday (December 22) and Christmas Eve (December 24th). These two services are special to our Lord. Claim them.
You should have received an email that explains Experience the Miracle of Christmas. (Please call Jan if you are not on the email list.) Then, when you are ready, please contact Jan and ask for the tool kit. It’s filled with ideas and handouts you can use.
Wellsville is family and I have the privilege of being your pastor. It’s an honor I share seriously, joyously and miraculously. Every person deserves to be noticed, known and loved this Christmas. It is the Miracle of Christmas!