“Nazareth! Can anything good come from there?” The question echoes into 21st century America. When Nathanael is told that the Messiah has been found in this backwoods, spot in the road, his response is one of shocked disbelief. How could this little village, estimated to have had fewer than 500 residents at the time of Christ produce anything good, especially on the scale of the Messiah? But it is consistent with the humble origins of God incarnate. Born in a manger amongst beasts of burden, God is found in the most unlikely places.