Ray Pritchard pastored in Los Angeles, Dallas and Chicago. Married to Marlene for 38 years, he enjoys being a husband, a father and a grandfather, riding his bike, and playing with Dudley and Gary, beloved basset hounds.
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Everything I Needed to Know, I Learned at Christmas
Would you like to receive Ray Pritchard’s blog entries by email?This series explores the idea that every major Christian doctrine can be found in the story of Jesus’ birth.
Faded Glory: Why Christ Had to Come
No Crib for a Bed: The God of Every Circumstance
Can You Hear the Angels Singing? Christmas and the “Other World”
A Savior is Born
This four-part series explores the Old Testament prophecies concerning Jesus Christ.
The Songs of Christmas
Here are four sermons on the four songs found in Luke 1-2.
Behind the Scenes at Christmastime: Zechariah’s Song
The Impossible Dream: The Angels’ Song
Jesus the Revolutionary: Mary’s Song
The Cradle and the Cross: Simeon’s Song
This series takes a close look at some of the key people who were part of God’s plan to bring his Son into the world.
Joseph: A Teenager’s Dilemma
Mary: Believing the Impossible
Herod: The Man Who Tried to Kill Christmas
We Three Kings
Here are 31 additional Christmas sermons:
The ABCs of Christmas
A Question For Jesus
Backstage at Bethlehem
The Boys of Bethlehem
Dear Sarah: A Letter About Forgiveness at Christmastime
Does Jesus Know My Name?
The First Christmas Miracle
Follow the Christmas Star
Four Women in Jesus’ Family Tree
From Jacob to Jesus
Good New for Poor Performers and Splendid Sinners
His Kingdom Will Never End
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Journey to Bethlehem
The King Has Come!
Lessons from the Manger
Out of Egypt
Sunrise at Bethlehem
Three Questions for Christmas
’Twas the Day After Christmas
What Child is This?
What God Wants for Christmas
When Did Christmas Begin?
When Was Jesus Born?
Who is That Baby?
Why Christ Came
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