Carol Me, Christmas! (Advent 2014 Devotional Series)

Important update:  Last year’s devotional series, Carol Me, Christmas! remains a popular offering.  You can access all of the numbered devotionals from 2014 via the archives (at the right).  They began November 30, 2014.  The daily devotionals for the 2015 season are titled Incarnation and involve digging deep in this important point of Christian theology.   The email devotionals will be the current year only, but 2014 Carol Me Christmas! devotionals are available to you year-round through the archives!  Thank you for your encouragement and I wish you the merriest Christmas ever!


Whether you’re someone who loves hymns or prefers popular praise music, chances are good that you still love Christmas carols.  Their standing as favorite songs across Christians of all ages testifies to their timeless nature.  But something you may not know is that many of them are deeply theological.

Announcing Seminary Gal’s Devotional Series for Advent 2014 entitled Carol Me, Christmas!  In this series, we will take a look at how the Christmas story is told from anticipation to proclamation through our most beloved Christmas carols.  Advent begins November 30, 2014 and continues to Christmas Day.  You can have a song in your heart each day throughout Advent!

If you are already signed up for the email connection, you don’t have to do anything.  These devotions of rich theological explanation will arrive in your in-box.

If you haven’t signed up yet, you can receive these devotional studies in your email throughout Advent 2014 by entering your email address on the home page in the space provided in the sidebar.  Or “Like” the SeminaryGal Facebook page to access them there.

O Come All Ye Faithful…

===note:  You will find all the Carol Me, Christmas items archived beginning in November 2014.

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Categories Articles and Devotionals, Devotionals | Tags: | Posted on November 19, 2014

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