We read in Luke 2, the Christmas Story, "And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people."
Good tidings. Great joy. For all people. But how?
"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord."
Wonder of wonders - you and I can be made right through this Child who was born to be our savior!
May the Wonder of Christmas bring you joy and peace all year long.
Poll of the month Results
Here are the results of our December Poll of the Month.
Thanks to all of you who responded.
|What music are you doing this Christmas?|
|Choral music with choir||51.2||65|
|Christmas carols with the worship team||18.9||24|
|Special seasonal event for admission ||29.9||38|
|Total Number of Responses: ||127|
|How many people are involved in its production?|
|less than 50||37.8||14|
|more than 100||18.9||7|
|Total Number of Responses: ||37|
|How many people do you expect to attend?|
|500 or more||40.4||91|
|Total Number of Responses: ||225|
New pages this month
Who is your career builder?
When learning something new, most of us welcome the idea of someone looking out for us, like a career builder.
What's the fastest way to check the latest job postings? Go here and look under the Posted Jobs section.
This is a growing part of the site. It's free to post a job or an opportunity you are seeking.
Recently, some people have posted ads with no contact information. Without contact information I cannot approve your posting. A prospective applicant would not know how to take the next step without contact information. Sorry if that seems obvious but it does happen.
I received an email recently from a church asking how much it cost to post a job. It's *free*.
However, the site is not free to me and I incur costs monthly. To offset those costs I post Google Ads and participate in a few affiliate programs. By clicking on the ads or purchasing useful products I'm able to post jobs for no cost to you.
All the best,