The holiday season’s air is thick with New Year's resolutions; well intended, but far more likely to fail than succeed. So let’s re-frame those good intentions and agree that any time of year is a great time to make changes that improve your health and life.
For you, is Christmas about feelings of expectation and euphoria, followed by feelings of disappointment and despair right afterward? Or is there something more to be gained from the passing of Christmas Day?
As we focus our hearts on Jesus this Christmas season, we can offer Him one prayer each day, focusing on who He is and all He has done for us! When we are reminded of who Jesus is, and turn our eyes to Him, in an ever-changing world, we are reminded that He truly is the Savior of the World.
Ever worry about building your kids' character in a culture of plenty? Ever wonder if the deck is stacked against you when times aren't tough enough? Learn how you can build character in the heart of your child.
Holidays are filled with traditions, but when someone you used to share those moments with has died, managing grief during the holiday season can be extremely hard. Here are some ways to navigate this time - for a friend, a family member, or for yourself.
After singing at church, this family’s car was destroyed by a drunk driver. Miraculously, all family members survived. See how God picked this family back up and saw them through healing and doubt, to give them a life-changing ministry to others.
Most years I tend to lose sight of Jesus somewhere between the deals of Black Friday and the dawn of a new year. As I fight to carve out the time to consider the sacred, I keep wondering how Jesus would celebrate His birth.
If Jesus were still walking the earth, what would He be doing this Christmas? Here's my best guess....
Every year, when I flip the calendar to December, I get caught up in making Christmas "perfect". It causes me to have heightened expectations about how everything should look and taste and be. Can you relate?
Let this help you learn to surrender, and let Christmas...be Christmas.