Most of us have grown up watching movies about people trying to get home for Christmas and singing about how wonderful it is to be home for Christmas. Home is where we all want to be during the holidays, or at least we thought we did. 2020 turned what used to be a hopeful promise into something that sounds more like a threat. Jesus stepped into the pages of history in a more turbulent year than this one. He entered a world of genocide, political turmoil and extreme poverty. He made His home with us, and because of Bethlehem, has transformed how we think of home and how we live in our homes today.


Leaving Home

Dec 20, 2020 Jonathan Storment

The Great (Re)Imagining of Relationships

Dec 13, 2020 Daylan Moore

There’s No Place Like Home

Dec 6, 2020 Jonathan Storment