Message - Tony Campolo - Today, Tony Campolo, professor emeritus at Eastern University in Pennsylvania returns to the Cathedral with his message, "Joy! To the World!" Tony says, "Christ came into the world as a human because He wanted His joy to be in us and our joy to be full. That's what Christmas is all about. The great joyful, loving God broke into history so that we could know His love and His joy; it could be in us and live through us."
Interview Guest - Coach Don Meyer. Coach Don Meyer is the former Northern State Men's Basketball coach. He is the coach with the most wins in any division in NCAA history. Coach Meyer has received national recognition in various national media outlets, including Sports Illustrated, ESPN and Fox Sports. He was named winner of the Jimmy V. Perseverance Award at the ESPN ESPY'S, and in April, was recognized at the NCAA Final Four. In September 2008, everything changed with Coach Meyer was in a car accident which nearly took his life and did take his leg, followed by a diagnosis of terminal cancer. In this new book, How Lucky You Can Be, acclaimed sports journalist Buster Olney tells the remarkable true story of how Coach Meyer's spiritual strength helped him overcome this trial and come out better than ever.
Music Guests - Natalie Leonard & Daniel McGrew, "Christmas Hymn" Composer Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith; Arranger Marc Riley.
Anthem - Crystal Cathedral Choir, "Sing We Now of Christmas" Composer French Carol; Arranger Fred Prentice. The Crystal Cathedral Choir is directed by John Tebay.
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