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Deacon's Corner, December 25, 2022


This Christmas, may we pause to remember that Little Baby born 2000 years ago whose miracle birth was announced by angels, praised by shepherds, paid homage by foreign royalty, pursued by a vicious king, and prophesized for over a 1000 years earlier. His name is Emmanuel, meaning “God is with us.” He is Jesus – God’s living presence in our lives.

May the peace of Christ be in your heart and with your family for a Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year.

Deacon John & Kimberly Amthor

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