In this week’s episode on CITC, Nick seeks to make a biblical case for celebrating Christmas.
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“Hark! The Harold Angels Sing”, Words by Charles Wesley (1739). Music, MENDELSSOHN, Felix Mendelssohn. Add. music and words by David LaChance, Jr. © 2014 Sovereign Grace Praise (BMI). Used by permission. www.SovereignGraceMusic.org
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Nick resides in Texas with his wife, daughter, and son. After meeting Christ in 2012, Nick began a blog in order to teach things that he found interesting. Eventually, this blog would become a podcast in 2017 and Christ is the Cure would grow significantly in its scope and mission. The vision was to teach the scriptures and theology while facilitating a love for God, his word, and critical analysis of hard issues.