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Praying in Bethlehem: An Invitation

December 10, 2013

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Do you ever feel like December is one big drain on your energy, your focus, your wallet, your soul?

I have certainly felt this way. What if you committed one hour to being with God and paying attention in fresh ways to the Christmas story?

You are invited to do just that!

What: a prayer experience designed to lead you through the Christmas story with all 5 of your senses

When: this week! Thursday, December 12 and Friday, December 13 from 5-8pm; Saturday, December 14 from noon-5pm; and Sunday, December 15, from 11:30-4pm.

Where: 10805 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas 75238 in the Student Center

Who: Everyone, all ages!

Why: because your soul is hungry for the chance to be with God.

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