Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol continues reading the story of Christmas found in Luke.
On this special episode of “Let There Be Joy,” Carol reads the story of Christmas. Let it open your heart today.
Did you know the Christmas is all about presents? Today, Carol discusses one of the best parts of this holiday, and how giving can change the lives of the people around us.
Carol reads a Christmas story by Catherine Marshall titled “My Most Memorable Christmas.”
Today, Carol reads a Christmas story about a woman that will help you listen for the voice of the Lord and cause you to ask yourself what you can give to someone else this Christmas season.
Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol takes a look at the “wise men” and how an encounter with Jesus set them on a new course forever.
Today, Carol takes a look at some people who participated in the birth of Christ, and how the story of Christmas revealed what was inside their hearts.
One night about two thousand years ago, a child was born in a manger. Nothing would ever be the same again. Join Carol as she discusses the birth of our savior and how it still changes lives every day.
Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol tells a touching Christmas story about an 8-year-old boy named David and his father who taught him how to sing.
Shepards were dirty, uneducated men whose lives were about to be changed forever. Today on “Let There Be Joy,” join Carol as she discusses the story of the Angel’s encounter with these muddy specimens of humanity.
If you think your life is busy, it is nothing compared to the lives of Mary and Joseph who were about to give birth to the savior of the world, in a city that was crowded and chaotic.
There is nothing like Christmas in the city. The very first Christmas was celebrated in a very large ancient city, not so different than our cities today. Have you allowed your life to be as chaotic, confusing, and out of control as any city? Maybe your life could use the intervention of Heaven like that city so many years ago.
A big part of the Christmas story, is the waiting and anticipation for the miracle that God is about to preform. Elizabeth is a woman who had been waiting an extremely long time to have a baby. Have you been waiting for God to work in your life? God has heard your prayers, and help is on the way.
Today in “Let There Be Joy,” we will be eavesdropping on a Christmas conversation between Elizabeth and Mary, two pregnant women at very different stages in life.
John was growing in the womb when he leapt for joy in the presence of the Lord. In all your business this year, where is Jesus in all of this? Let His presence fill your life this Christmas season.
The smells of Christmas bring back the memories of our childhood. Some memories may be precious, while some may be painful. This year, let your life be richly entwined with the only memories of Christmas that really matter.
Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol tells the story of a young couple that gave birth to the savior. This story is the true meaning of this season of comfort and joy.
There is nothing like being home at Christmas. Today Carol tells an incredible story that will help you to believe that you really can go home for Christmas.
Today on “Let There Be Joy,” Carol tells an unforgettable story of the redemption and healing that happens at Christmas.
Carol McLeod is a Christmas-aholic. From October 1st until January 2nd, the obsession is evident. Christmas is not about having the opportunity to celebrate an occasion, it is about the extravagant joy of Heaven being lavishly splashed into our world.