Remembering the time from Jesus’ last supper on Maundy Thursday until Resurrection Morning!
Mark 11:9-11 … “Hosanna! ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the LORD! Blessed is the kingdom of our father David That comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!” And Jesus went into Jerusalem and into the temple.
John Bunyan’s book “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has equipped, encouraged and empowered Christians for more than 400 years. Watch and be inspired by the story of Christian, a pilgrim on his journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.
Watch the moving video to a song of hope. Jesus mends broken relationships.
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!
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.
Lent is a period of 40 days to reflect and prepare before the celebration of Resurrection Sunday. How should you observe this time?
A beautiful song with images from the Hubble Telescope. You’ll be awestruck by the stellar beauty of God’s creation.
How great our God is. His greatness and majesty are seen in all creation, especially the glorious universe. The Hubble telescope captures the beauty of the heavens for our amazement and enjoyment.
Each one of us is fearfully and wonderfully made. We are formed by His hand and made for His plan. Take a minute to remember the sanctity of human life.
Look to the new year with hope and excitement. Make it your best year yet!
Some of the common understandings about the birth of Jesus are not biblically supported. Test your knowledge by taking this short quiz.
On Christmas Day, we light a Christ Candle to remember Jesus’ incarnation. He came to live among us, to die for us, and to rise again and open the way to Heaven. Thank you, Jesus.
On week four of Advent, we light a candle of Peace. Belonging to Jesus give Peace WITH God. Trusting in Him give rest and the Peace OF God.
On week three of Advent, we light a candle of JOY. Prepare your heart with the Joy of knowing Jesus and look forward to the celebration of His birth.
On week two of Advent, we light a candle of LOVE. Prepare your heart with the Love of God for the celebration of Christmas.
On week one of Advent we light a candle of HOPE. Prepare your heart with hope for the celebration of Christmas.
Take a minute and say thank you to the Giver of all good and perfect gifts.
The candy cane shares a messages that’s sweeter than any candy. Watch the Legend of the Candy Cane and share its message with others with others.
Thank you to all who have served our country.
In 1985, Pres. Reagan gave an important speech about why peace fails. Prophetic for our time, this is…A MUST SEE for our times.