Labor Day weekend is set aside as a time for rest from our labors. What does the Bible tell us about our need for rest and refreshing?
On July 20, 1969 Astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped out onto the surface of the moon. Twenty minutes later, he was joined by Astronaut Buzz Aldrin. What was Aldrin doing during those 20 minutes? Read about it in his own words.
Watch as John Wayne takes you on a journey from coast-to-coast and shares 24 reasons to love America.
“A Place in the Sun,” by Stevie Wonder and Tom Jones, can also be thought of as “A Place in the SON!” This is a fun song that reminds us of our Blessed Hope.
What did the disciples think during those three long and lonely days? They were alone without their Lord, but all would change and their joy would be restored.
Columbine – 20 years after one of the most horrific school shootings. Remember the precious lives that were lost that day and the testimony of faith from two of the victims.
The Last Supper took place on what we call Maundy Thursday. What does that mean? What should we know about that night? Watch, The Basin and The Towel.
Relationships can be fragile and easily broken. Broken relationships are outside of the will of God. How does one heal a broken heart and restore a broken relationship?
The time comes when we must say goodbye to loved ones. Death is certain for all and yet for Christians, it is not the end. Those who are in Christ do not die. They simply move to their heavenly home and await the arrival of brothers and sisters in Christ who remain on this earth. What hope! What promise! What joy! Thank You, Jesus!
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!
When life’s storms rage, there’s a calm to be found — and it’s a hope in your heart. That Hope is named Jesus. He will never leave or forsake you (Heb 13:5), so you will never walk alone.
In Acts 13 we read about the apostle Paul standing up in the synagogue at Pisidian Antioch and delivering a message to the Jews regarding Jesus the Christ. In the context of his historical teaching regarding Israel, Paul made a most interesting statement about King David,
Groundhog Day comes every year (Feb 2) and every year the groundhog appears to look for his shadow. Some years he sees his shadow and others he does not, which predicts if winter days will repeat or spring is coming soon. There’s a lesson to learn from Groundhog Day about our repeatable actions.
A popular Internet forward is a “bell” that “rings” the sounds of identity in Jesus Christ. What a melodious sound. This bell should be “rung” every day.
2018 was a great year of searching the Scriptures and learning God’s truths. Check out our Top Ten “Power of Hope” from 2018.
The secret to success in the New Year. Read the words of a long-gone saint whose thoughts are as important for today as they were more than 300 years ago.
What does the Bible say about celebrating New Year’s Eve? Should we celebrate? If so, how? What about all the drinking?
On Christmas Day we light the candle at the center of all the other candles. It is the CHRIST candle.
It’s never easy to say goodbye, but it’s always a joy to give thanks for a life of service in glory to God and His servant who has entered into the eternal rest Jesus promised.
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.
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 third Sunday of Advent we light the candle of JOY.