Imagine What Can Happen…

Four days until Imagine Christmas…

This has been such a rewarding experience for me. From the day we started planning for this event I have felt the hand of God on us as we have ventured into new territory. This production is HUGE! So many details have kept me up at night….last minute glitches and fixes that are just part of the deal. I think the biggest thing for me has been seeing how people have caught the vision and stepped up to help. So many of you have spent countless personal hours making this happen and have given your financial resources to make this great.

So, if you have not yet made plans to be here for Imagine Christmas – do whatever it takes to clear your schedules and get yourself here this weekend! Bring your friends and family – especially if they don’t know the Lord…they are ones we are doing this for. The message of salvation is the most important message they will ever hear and we are going to bring it to them in a way they would never expect. You can go here and send an e-mail invitation to everyone you know!

We have a few surprises up our sleeves, so don’t miss it. Don’t be late because you won’t get a seat! (Come early and hear some festive Caroling and get some free Christmas Goodies, too!)


5 Responses to “Imagine What Can Happen…”

  1. 1 christophercaleb
    December 13, 2007 at 7:44 pm

    Congratulations on pulling it all together. Not an enviable task by any means…I probably would have killed someone with a Christmas ornament…

  2. 2 Steph
    December 14, 2007 at 4:58 pm

    I know this is going to be great! Will there be a dvd to watch? Wish I could be there to see it live- miss you!!

  3. December 17, 2007 at 3:27 am

    WOW, WOW, and again WOW. It was incredible. I couldn’t believe what you did with the sets, and your husband was hilarious. The angels were inhuman and yet beautiful, the singing was fabulous and KIP WAS GREAT!

    I loved watching Karen wipe the snow off the baby’s face, too. Too many good things to list them all.

    What were the balloons for? Neal said they were just kind of artistic, to keep the room busy so you didn’t know where to look next. I thought they were supposed to be symbolic somehow.

    Only complaint- wish it could have been longer!

    The kite guy was beyond incredible. What an idea! I loved the kite as Holy Spirit.

    Great job, and you deserve a break!

  4. 4 hazelseyes
    December 17, 2007 at 1:06 pm

    Hi Pastor Abbye!

    I made it to the morning show yesterday and I HAD to leave you a little note on your blog! It was absolutely MARVELOUS! It was a wonderful experience from the fellows directing the parking outside, to the greeters at the front door and inside the sanctuary, and of course the atmosphere in the lobby was lovely with the carolers and cookies and cider!

    The production itself was awesome! I loved the music, the kite, and absolutely adored how the lights danced on the ceiling to make it look like stars and we were traveling through the galaxy. The children dancing in the aisles were great too! I thought it was such a clever idea how you could change the look of the trees, etc just by changing the lighting- sometimes multi-colored, sometimes white, always sparkly- I loved it all! Pastor Ron’s story about the little boy who set out to wruin the christmas play was cute too!

    Most of all, I believe the warmth and love that radiated out of the greeters, ushers,etc will really make a lasting impression on many hearts. I am so thankful I got a chance to experience the wonder of Imagine Christmas! Be Blessed and have a wonderful Christmas!


  5. 5 Hope
    December 17, 2007 at 1:36 pm

    well…. was it everything you hoped it would be?

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