• 28 November ‘16 – 7 December ‘16

Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

Music is a huge part of our holiday tradition. By hearing them over and over, it’s easy to mindlessly let them slip into the background. But there’s a lot of rich theology in many of our Christmas carols. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will help you appreciate the deep meaning in some of your favorite carols.

Programs in this series

Come Adore, Day 1

Come Adore, Day 1

Music is a huge part of our holiday tradition. There’s a lot of rich theology in many of our Christmas carols. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 2

Come Adore, Day 2

When we sing “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” we include the lines, “The Rod of Jesse” and “The Key of David.” Do you know what those phrases mean? Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 3

Come Adore, Day 3

Why do we decorate with lights around Christmas? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says lights are not only festive—they’re very meaningful. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 5

Come Adore, Day 5

"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" has a long history. But more importantly, Nancy will show you the gospel in this hymn. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 6

Come Adore, Day 6

A carol began, “Ye Faithful, approach ye.” It didn’t catch on. But when the wording was tweaked, it became one of the most popular Christmas carols ever. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 7

Come Adore, Day 7

"God rest ye, merry gentlemen." You’ve probably sung that line at Christmas. But do you understand it? Who are these gentlemen and why are they merry? Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 8

Come Adore, Day 8

Imagine you lived in a spacious mansion in a beautiful setting. Would you want to move into a shack without running water or heat? Read or Listen →