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.

PART 1: The Antidote for a Lonely Christmas
December 14, 2020
PART 2: Christmas Mercy
December 15, 2020
PART 3: Family Roots
December 16, 2020
PART 4: No More Guilt, No More Shame
December 17, 2020
PART 5: The Messiah is Here
December 18, 2020

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