CC: Season's Greetings - Joseph, Mary, and the Greatest Christmas Gift
 

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On the second part of CC: Season's Greetings, the CC gang takes a look at Mary and Joseph, asking what made them worthy of being entrusted with the Greatest Gift. How can we be more like them?

 
The Mystery of the Parables (Part 2) - Episode 19
 

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Why doesn't God end evil? The answer may not be as straight-forward as we would like it to be, but the answer is in Jesus' parables.

 
The Mystery of the Parables (Part 1) - Episode 18
 

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You will never look at a seed, or Christ's parables, the same way again.

 
The Greatest Miracle of Jesus - Episode 20
 

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God took five loaves and two fishes and turned them into the most talked about miracle of his ministry.

 
Status in the Kingdom of Heaven - Episode 28
 

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Jesus said that "whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant." Does that mean we should stop trying to work our way up in life?

 
Three Polemic Parables - Episode 30
 

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Jesus said that the Kingdom of God will be given to those who bear fruit. But what type of fruit do we need to bear? Join us as we search the scriptures and become amazed at the incredible answer!

 
Four Parables of Waiting in the Meantime - Episode 34
 

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After Jesus stated that no one knows the day or the hour, not even the angels, he gave four parables that summarize Jesus' advice on how to be ready.

 
Preparation for Jesus' Death - Episode 35
 

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Jesus took the bread and the wine and said eat and drink for this is my body and this is my blood. Jesus offered his blood, his life, his death, all for us, all so that our sins can be forgiven.

 
CC: Season's Greetings - Advent and the People of God
 

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On the third program of Season's Greetings, the group takes a look at the Magi and the Shepherds. These groups could not be more different, yet they both brought what they had before God. How can we do the same?