Nothing from Friday December 14, 2018 to Thursday March 14, 2019.
1162 E Hwy 126
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Studio Phone : 1(620) 231-7229
Office Phone : 1(620) 231-7200
If you want to see people on the edge of insanity, just watch the way families treat their babies at Christmastime! The poor child has no warning! Red furry stocking cap, goofy elfish shoes that curl at the toes. And the pictures we take! Baby snoozing under the tree. Baby on Santa’s lap. Santa with wet spot on lap.
Is not Christmas the story of a baby? The moment that shaped all others? Mary’s eyes falling on the face of her just-born son. The first to whisper, “So this is what God looks like!” Never in mankind’s wildest imaginings did we consider that God would enter the world as an infant. John 1:14 says, “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” Would you like to see God? Take a look at the baby Jesus - Max Lucado ... See more
No day is accidental or incidental. No acts are random or wasted. Look at Jesus’ birth at Bethlehem. A king ordered a census. Joseph was forced to travel. Mary, as round as a ladybug, bounced on a donkey’s back. The hotel was full. The hour was late. The event was one big hassle.
Yet out of the hassle, hope was born. It still is. I don’t like hassles. But I love Christmas because it reminds us of the heart-shaping promises of Christmas. Long after the guests have left, and the carolers have gone home and the lights have come down, these promises endure: God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God (Romans 8:28). Perhaps you could use some Christmas this Christmas? - Max Lucado ... See more
In Matthew 1:23, God called himself, “Immanuel”—which means, God with us! Not just “God made us” or “God thinks about us.” Not just “God above us.” But God with us…God where we are. He breathed our air and walked this earth. God. . .with. . .us!
Bethlehem was just the beginning. Jesus has promised a repeat performance. Bethlehem, Act Two. No silent night this time, however. The skies will open, trumpets will blast, and a new kingdom will begin. He will empty the tombs and melt the winter of death. Death, you die! Life, you reign!
The manger dares us to believe the best is yet to be. I love Christmas because it reminds us how God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love Him (Romans 8:28) - Max Lucado ... See more
Our Operation Santa kickoff was a huge success. Thanks to your generosity and support, we raised $3,068.23 for the residents of the Parsons State Hospital and Training Center so that they can have lots of great gifts for Christmas. Donations (and gift items) are still being accepted at our studios at 1162 East Highway 126, Pittsburg, KS 66762. Please make ALL checks payable to OPERATION SANTA, and thank you for your continued support of this longtime charity again this year - DTKB ☺ ... See more