Christmas Grace

An unusual slant to the Christmas story

John's gospel gives a very different telling of the Christmas story than Matthew or Luke. While Matthew and Luke focus on the narrative and the events, John dives deeply into the meaning of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. This approach takes us into the very heart of God, and the mission of Christ in His coming.

Discover the correlation between Genesis 1 and John 1

John's gospel gives a very different telling of the Christmas story than Matthew or Luke. While Matthew and Luke focus on the narrative and the events, John dives deeply into the meaning of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. This approach takes us into the very heart of God, and the mission of Christ in His coming.

God Himself becomes the face of grace in human form

John's gospel gives a very different telling of the Christmas story than Matthew or Luke. While Matthew and Luke focus on the narrative and the events, John dives deeply into the meaning of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. This approach takes us into the very heart of God, and the mission of Christ in His coming.

God’s grace is fully expressed in the person of Jesus

John's gospel gives a very different telling of the Christmas story than Matthew or Luke. While Matthew and Luke focus on the narrative and the events, John dives deeply into the meaning of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. This approach takes us into the very heart of God, and the mission of Christ in His coming.

God’s heart revealed in the life and death of His son

John's gospel gives a very different telling of the Christmas story than Matthew or Luke. While Matthew and Luke focus on the narrative and the events, John dives deeply into the meaning of the Word becoming flesh and dwelling among us. This approach takes us into the very heart of God, and the mission of Christ in His coming.