One compliment can truly make a difference in someone’s life. These high school students set up boxes all around their high school where anyone can write notes to anonymously compliment each other. The response was overwhelming and all of the love spread like wildfire!
My family has always had fun creating a special atmosphere in which to greet guests. We aren’t the formal dinner-party type, but we love fashioning a casually festive ambience for simple gatherings with special touches
Work, school, homework, after school activities, friends all compete for time on the family calendar. But Family time can serve as an escape from the demands and deadlines of daily life, and builds strong relationships.
Here are some easy, fun ideas to help make the most of time spent together.
“First comes love, then comes marriage. Then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” But after baby, what happens to love and marriage? If you’ve made that transition from married to married with kids, you know that reconnecting as a couple is difficult to maneuver.
Here are some tips to get you through the first weeks, months (and maybe years) of child-rearing.
For Christian movies fans, 2018 was a memorable year. We saw yet another film shock Hollywood with its box office success (I Can Only Imagine). We also watched films about the New Testament (Paul: Apostle of Christ), the Old Testament (Samson), and about American military life (Indivisible and Unbroken: Path to Redemption).
2019 will likely will be another noteworthy year for faith-based movies. Here are six Christian films we’re looking forward to watching:
A busy family schedule means there's less time to gather around the dinner table, let alone making sure what you're feeding your family is healthy. Here are some convenient, wholesome, on-the-go snacks that are ready when it's time to head to play practice or ballet lessons.
When does “getting in shape” become something I worship, so focused on achieving specific visual results that I’m never truly content with my appearance, never able to be grateful for the body God has given me?
Dennis' goal for the year was to pick a single word, just one, and let that word come alive in his life over a twelve-month period. His challenge for me was to do the same thing, to try out a word of my own.
As this New Year dawn, many of us are looking for resolutions that will truly change our lives. I encourage you to consider making a daily, meaningful quiet time spent in Bible reading and prayer one of your resolutions in the New Year.
The first few notes of “O Holy Night,” and the Peanuts singing, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” stir the true spirit of Christmas in our souls. Many of the Christmas Carols that have become part of the tapestry of our every December are woven from the very One who was, is, and always will be.
Here are 10 well-known Christmas carols whose lyrics tell the real meaning of Christmas
During the Christmas rush, our homes are far from silent, calm, still, or peaceful. The holiday momentum builds the day after Thanksgiving; the house is noisy, busy, hustling, bustling, and brimming over with activity and stress to the point of near exhaustion.
There is a solution! We can intentionally cut the Christmas chaos this year. The five steps to doing so spell the word PEACE....