Small Christmas Devotional

Jesus is either going to be absent, present, or central in your Christmas experience. If Jesus is absent… you’ll look back and realize something is missing. Jesus can’t be merely present, like an ingredient in a good recipe. The story of redemption demands that Jesus be central to our experience this Christmas. At Vortex Church we’re giving our families a three-day devotional to help them make Jesus central in their Christmas experience this year. I hope you find it helpful for your family this Christmas as well. [issuu width=550 height=201 embedBackground=%23505050 titleBarEnabled=true backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=121221165505-99c2f9675b9745afb120bbde70ee2310 name=smallchristmasdevotional username=kevin_simmons tag=christian unit=px v=2]

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