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.
“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.
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!
In Acts 13 we read about the apostle Paul delivering a message about Jesus. Paul made an interesting point about having a heart for God.
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.
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?
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.
It’s not easy to find rest in a restless world. Take a minute to reflect and remember and find the rest that you need.
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?
There will come a final war, a final conflict, a clash of “Titans” like none that has ever been seen or will be seen again.
Martin Luther began The Reformation with his bold stand on salvation by grace alone. But there were others who went before him who just as boldly proclaimed God’s truths. Who were they?
Halloween carries a lot of baggage. What should Christians know about this time of year?
The 12 stone memorial articles began with “Don’t Get Stoned Again”- a wordplay on the song, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (1971, The Who). Pick up stones 11 &12.
A friend has pancreatic cancer and he’s thriving. He continues to serve God and share the gospel in the midst of his physical suffering. Learn from his example how you can thrive in the face of any affliction.