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Have we ever really grasped the miracle that took place in Jesus' birth? Using story and Scripture, Mike Slaughter and Rachel Billups explore what the Christmas miracle means to each of us, challenging us to respond during the Advent season with love, humility, lifestyle, and obedience. Down to Earth: Devotions for the Season contains four weeks of devotions based on the missional messages of the book and videos.
Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2016
Series: Down to Earth Advent
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Nothing in all the vast, created universe could prepare us for God coming down as a helpless infant, or for Jesus the son of God intentionally positioning himself as a mere servant, identifying with the lowest of lows. It's enough to confound the mind, to make the heart contrite. This Advent, Gods great surprise changes everything.
Four weeks of devotions for use during Advent and leading up to Christmas, based on the down-to-earth, missional messages of the book and videos. Each devotion includes Scripture, story, and prayer.
Rachel Billups serves as the Executive Pastor of Discipleship and as part of the preaching team for Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City, Ohio. Rachel is an Ordained Elder within the United Methodist Church and holds a Bachelors Degree in Bible/Religion and History from Anderson University and a Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School. Before joining the Ginghamsburg team, Rachel served as the lead pastor of Shiloh United Methodist, a multi-site church in Cincinnati, Ohio.