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Are you equipping your members to share Christmas with their friends?
We know Christmas is one of those times where people who don’t regularly go to church are more open to thinking about it. We also know one of the most successful ways to get someone to visit your church is through a...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
This is the second installment in Advent All Around, a Think Christian series that sees reflections of Advent in the culture at large.
Dennis Rodman should have won the Nobel Peace Prize.
At least that’s what he told Sports Illustrated in July, after attempting to “smooth things over” with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. Rodman had launched a new vodka and Kim is a fan. Is this one of Rodman’s...Read More at Think Christian
As Luke tells the story, when the Son of God came to this earth the creation responded with a whole lot of singing. The first two chapters of Luke contain four very important songs as the people getting caught up in God’s great climax of salvation found that they just could not contain their joy...Read More at GroundWork
The school play is coming up and Liz is sure that he will not only have the lead role, but also be asked to direct. That doesn't happen, but Miss Wattle does give him the role of Old Ben which Liz still uses to be a "star" with sunglasses, a chinchilla beret, silk scarf, and bodyguard....Read More at Kids Corner
In this world we will have trouble. Jesus himself says so. Being a Christian is not a guarantee of pain-free living. We can expect to face hardship because of our relationship with Christ. And the important question for each of us is “Will hardship drive me from or toward God?”
None of us is great enough, strong enough, or wise enough. We cannot control the forces of nature or other people. We live in a broken world.
But Jesus has come to us as Mighty God, and he has overcome the world. He also promises us his presence: “Never will I leave you;...Read More at This is Today
They go to church, pray before meals, and know the books of the Bible in order. Our kids usually choose behaviors carefully and know to respond to others with kindness and compassion. As Christian parents, we have worked hard to raise our children in such a way that their lives reflect our faith.
So, we’re good. Right?
As we poured over Kyle Idleman’s book, Not a Fan, we were challenged...Read More at Family Fire