PART 1: This Christmas, you might be lonely, but you are never truly alone. Find out why when you listen to today’s program.
PART 2: On today’s program, Charles shares two heartwarming stories about a baby with no place to stay until a stranger finally prepared a place to take him in. One is from the first century, the other from this year.
PART 3: Christmas trees are one of the most recognizable hallmarks of the holiday season. On today’s program, Charles looks at a different kind of tree that traces the human lineage of Jesus.
PART 4: Throughout the Old Testament, the Lord promised to save his people. This promise culminated in the birth of the Messiah, but it goes much deeper than that … as it always does with the Lord.
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The Forgotten "Spirit" of Christmas
On today's episode, Charles Morris talks about someone who was a significant part of the first Christmas, but who often goes overlooked—the Holy Spirit. The arrival of Jesus is the “main event,” ...Learn More
Four Words for Christmas
We all need good news this Christmas—and there’s no better good news than the promise of God sending his Son, Jesus, to us. Thousands of years ago, God made a promise to send a Savior to the world ...Learn More
Everything You Need to Know About Handel's Messiah
For many, Handel’s Messiah is what people listen to most at Christmastime, but did you know it was originally written for Easter? The scope of this musical masterpiece spans the entirety of Scrip ...Learn More
Phil Vischer On VeggieTales and How to Face a Lonely Christmas
The Lord gives and the Lord takes away. The creator of VeggieTales knows this all too well. So why did he rejoice after the Lord took his beloved cartoon creation away from him? In this new interview, ...Learn More
Handel's Messiah: Lyrics and Verse References
Back in 2015, I visited Handel’s home in London to see the rooms where he composed. While I was there I spoke with Dr. Ruth Smith, a Cambridge scholar on Handel. She explained that the lyrics (the l ...Learn More
A Visit to Handel's House
For many, Handel's Messiah is what people listen to most at Christmastime, but did you know it was originally written for Easter? The scope of this musical masterpiece spans the entirety of Scriptur ...Learn More