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BOF Update December 20, 2020
DCC
Sunday, December 20, 2020

Although tradition has claimed that Jesus was born in a stable, it is

more likely that he was born in a house, and in a room where animals were
brought in at night to find rescue from the cold. Regardless, the place
where Jesus was born was holy ground because it was the place where Immanuel
(“God with us”) made his entrance into the world.  In the same way,
when we who are Christ’s people and who have his Spirit living within us
gather, that place is also holy ground.  As we think about facilities
development, let’s remember that we aren’t just looking at developing spaces,
we are looking to build spaces where people will be invited to walk on holy ground and encounter the visible
presence of Christ.