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Can Christmas still change the world?

The arrival of Jesus is the story of love, hope, redemption, and relationship. So what happened? How did it turn into stuff, stress, and debt? Somehow, we've traded the best story in the world for the story of what's on sale. Starting November 27, this 4-week Sunday series could change the way we think about Christmas.


Check out this video explaining Advent Conspiracy.


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  • Worship Fully

    It starts with Jesus. It ends with Jesus. This is the holistic approach God had in mind for Christmas. It’s a season where we are called to put down our burdens and lift a song up to our God. Entering the story of advent means entering this season with an overwhelming passion to worship Jesus.

  • Spend less

    Quick question for you: What was the one gift you remember getting for Christmas last year? Next question: What about the fourth gift? Do you remember that one? Spending Less isn’t a call to stop giving gifts; it’s a call to stop spending money on gifts we won’t remember in less than a year.

  • Give More

    We know what you’re thinking. “Wait, didn’t they just say I should spend less, and yet here they are telling me to give more? What gives?” The most powerful, memorable gift you can give to someone else is yourself. And nobody modeled this more than Jesus. The main point is simple: When it comes to spending time with those you love, it’s all about quality, not quantity.

  • Love all

    It all boils down to love. Love from a savior. Love to a neighbor in need. By spending just a little less on gifts we free up our resources to love as Jesus loves by giving to those who really need help. This is the conspiracy has grown to an international movement where thousands of churches have raised millions of dollars to love others in life-changing ways.