Word @ Home
Thoughts: “Well, we found him.”
“Yes, but not as we expected.”
“It was a very humble home.”
“But there was no doubt that this child was born King of the Jews.”
“No, the star led us directly to his home.”
“Will his parents know to treasure our gifts?”
“Yes, I think they will. His mother seemed wise beyond her years.”
“Perhaps we were wrong to ask Herod for directions.”
“But he assured us he wanted to go worship the child, also.”
“Surely you didn’t believe him.”
“No, of course not. That’s why we’re going home a different way.”
Discussion: How would history have been changed if the wisemen had not consulted Herod?
Activity: Imagine a neighbor of Joseph and Mary in Nazareth telling about the visit of the wisemen.
Remember in prayer this week Francis Corera, Bob Grusnick, Vivian Hansard, Eunice Kraase, and Mildred Parker.
Don’t forget our challenge for the month of January for Christianity 101 is to smile at strangers whenever you have a chance. For complete article, read your January Tidings.
This Sunday is the last day to sign up for the Women’s Retreat on January 21st. Please see Sue Abbey in the CLC or call her today. For complete description of the Retreat, read your January Tidings.
This Sunday (January 8) at 3:00pm Pastor Weatherly will be joining in the District Dr. Martin Luther King celebration at Centro Familiar Christian UMC, 1270 Waterman, Detroit 48209. Details in January Tidings.
Remember our Spiritual Gifts Assessment? The time has come to utilize our gifts and be fruitful. Check the January Tidings for dates and times of group gatherings with Pastor Weatherly. Please RSVP to the church office with your availability.
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