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.
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.
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.
The Christian community is somewhat divided on the issue of taking medicine for mental health issues. There is even division over whether “mental health issues” are even biblical. Yet the Bible seems to present a balanced view of both medical and spiritual approaches.
For many, nothing says "holidays" like Binge Watching movies! Prime Video’s catalog of faith-based movies and television series is vast, with classics from yesterday and award-winners from recent history.
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.
When the shepherds came to the manger and told everyone about the supernatural announcement of Christ’s birth, there were two distinct reactions – “Wonder” and “Ponder”. Those in attendance wondered at what the shepherds said, but Mary pondered what they said in her heart.
So how about you? Are you a “wonderer” or a “ponderer”?