Intro to Watsonopolis

There was one who once said crazy things like, give your possessions to the poor, let your light shine, go to the ends of the earth, love God, love your neighbor, serve, pray, die and live. Those words, the words of Jesus, have gripped and shaped our lives.

Because of Jesus’ life, challenge and love we are propelled into an amazing life journey; a journey that most often finds us pitching our tent among the poor and those on the margins of our world, serving, living, teaching, learning and loving there.

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Living Hope's Advent Conspiracy

Our congregation, Living Hope Church, for this Advent Season is linking arms with other congregations around the world in participating in the Advent Conspiracy.  This is simply an attempt by our church celebrate a Christmas and Advent Season in a more faithful way; a way that more authentically reflects our passion for Jesus and our reflection on the reasons for and meaning behind God becoming a person in the birth of a King born in a Manger.  

To kick off our Advent Conspiracy, I (Matthew) had the privilege to speak to our church on the first Sunday of Advent.  I spoke on the topic of 'Worship Fully' and explored the lives of those first worshipers at the manger.  Feel free to take a listen.

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Also, here's a little promo video that we did in preparation for the Advent Conspiracy.  We shot this video while in Nicaragua several weeks ago.   David Lewis, our worship pastor, is featured in this piece.



Reader Comments (2)

Wonderful to hear your sermon.

Happy Birthday.

Terry & Delaine

December 12, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDelaine Zody

thanks for the birthday greetings.

December 15, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterwatson

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