Making the Most of Christmas

I want to briefly share with you 4 strategies from Mark 1:2-7 for making this the Best Christmas of your life! Click on the video above to learn more then check out the links below to take some practical next steps.
  • Give the Gift of Jesus

Bring someone with you to Connection Christmas by giving an invite card (you can pick those up this Sunday) or by spreading the word using social media with #ConnectionChristmas. Get FREE Tickets Here

  • Get Your Heart Ready

Take time to prepare spiritually and emotionally for Christmas with family or personal devotionals or advent readings. Bible.com has many excellent daily Christmas devos to choose from.. Find an Online Christmas Devotional

  • Have a Weird Christmas

Do Christmas differently this year by simplifying, slowing down, and focusing more on giving than getting. We like to give our best Christmas gift to Jesus through our Christmas Offering for missions. This Sunday is the BIG Day, so come prepared or give online today. Give Now

  • Focus on Jesus

Remember, Christmas is not about us, it’s about Him. When you serve with us at our Connection Christmas services, you are helping others focus on what Christmas is all about and changing eternities. Choose to serve with us at one of our services. Sign Up To Serve

Cole Phillips

I’m a Connector, linking people with God and with others to experience the kind of life God has planned for them.

I am the founding and Lead Pastor of THE CONNECTION CHURCH in Buda, Texas. I previously served in churches around the state as youth pastor and as pastor before moving to Kyle in the Spring of 2004. I love to lead people to connect with God and those around them and thrive on changed lives. I earned a doctorate in missions and evangelism with an emphasis on church growth. My heart beats for helping people connect with God and connect with others in an authentic community of faith.

I love listening to and making music. I also enjoy hanging out with my family. Pam and I have been married since 1991 and we have two daughters, Makenzie and Bethanie. We are planting our lives in Hays County and allowing God to build a great church through us.