A Study in Luke 1 and 2
For many believers, Mary has become one of many characters of the nativity story. In truth, the story of the mother of Jesus means so much more. Her journey of faith and obedience is representative of the path
each believer must travel. Just as Mary accepted the honor of carrying the baby Jesus, we too must receive the invitation to carry His Spirit and walk with Him.
Join author Gretchen C. Nelson as she paints a vivid picture of Mary the mother of Jesus, and brings her remarkable and timeless story to life.
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