As we celebrate the birth of our Savior, may you remember that this King of Kings made his grand entrance in a smelly stable. Though fully God, he took on the nature of a servant and met us in our mess.
Quite a different picture than many expected, but exactly what we needed – a King who was not afraid to get in the mud along with us. A King who was humble. A King who associated with the least of these. A King who was willing to suffer.
At Imagine 2017, Eugene Cho encouraged us to take a different path – a path less traveled. Remember the woman at the well? (John 4) Her great need compelled Christ to go to Samaria, just as our great need compelled Christ to come to Earth.
May Christmas be a reminder that as we grow in the likeness of Christ we must also be willing to humble ourselves, get our hands dirty, and go.
What was your “One”? Have you taken that first step? It’s never too late to begin changing your world with His great love.
May the brokenness of our world not deter you as you live out your extraordinary calling to love the lost, the least, and the last, just as He did.
To encourage you on your journey, we’re happy to make available to you some of the sessions from Imagine 2017.
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Merry Christmas from all of us!