We light an Advent candle each Sunday leading up to Christmas to prepare our hearts by renewing our hope, growing our love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. On the second Sunday of Advent we light the candle of Love.
We light an Advent candle each Sunday leading up to Christmas to prepare our hearts by renewing our hope, growing our love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. Week one of Advent is a candle of hope.
Thanksgiving is a day set apart for remembering all the things for which we are thankful. Psalm 103 reminds us of the blessings from the Lord, calling them benefits. What are the seven benefits that we should be thankful every day?
Remember who you are in Christ. He defines your identity in more than 100 ways. Take comfort in knowing whose you are.
The love of God is greater far than tongue or pen can ever tell. It goes beyond the highest star, and reaches to the lowest hell…Watch NOW…
On April 1st, people “stretch” the truth and then announce “April Fools.” As Christians, we are to discern truth and know what the Bible says about fools.
John Newton was the captain of slave ships and an investor in the slave trade. Later in life, He was converted and became an Anglican priest and an abolitionist.
Robert Robinson wrote “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” at age 22 after converting to Methodism. But what’s the rest of his story?
Horatio Spafford wrote, “It Is Well With My Soul.” Most people recognize the lyrics, but few know the story behind the song and its writer.
Prepare your heart for Easter during the 40 days we call Lent. Forty titles of Jesus — think on these things…
What’s the answer to overcoming sadness with hope? We all experience distress and despair. There’s an ancient answer that always works. The answer is in the eyes and the heart!
There’s always been a war between faith and fear. In this decade it seems that fear winning the battle. Is it?
When darkness dulls our hearing do we listen for the whispers in the sounds of silence? A popular song from decades ago echoes the closing words of a song from ancient times.
On Christmas Day we light the candle at the center of all the other candles. It is the CHRIST candle.
We light an Advent candle each Sunday leading up to Christmas to prepare our hearts by renewing our hope, growing our love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. On the fourth Sunday of Advent we light the candle of PEACE.
Fun for the whole family. COOKIES! Open your Bible to determine the ingredients, then bake some cookies and enjoy the fun!
Light an Advent candle to prepare your heart by renewing your hope, growing your love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. On the third Sunday of Advent, light the candle of JOY.
Be grateful for those who have served our country so we can live in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Always remember our American Veterans.
Watch as John Wayne takes you on a journey from coast-to-coast and shares 24 reasons to love America.
Put yourself at the foot of the cross when Jesus was crucified. The words of an old Negro Spiritual will take you there.
For many St. Patrick’s Day is nothing more than a party. But the prayer of St. Patrick reminds us of so much more than fun and frivolity. His beautiful words will touch your heart and give rest to your soul. Read and watch now!