Reading Time: 5 minutes When the Christmas season comes to our churches, and homes are filled with stories and history of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us look at the deep wealth of His coming and what he established forever on our behalf.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The four weeks of Advent are focused on a different aspect of Jesus’s birth and blessings of faith: hope, peace, joy, and love. Here are the 4 blessings of the Advent season.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Can you hear the ‘Joshua Bells’ play in the busyness of life? Or the angels’ song over sounds of rushing? Or are you missing the daily presence of Jesus because of the fear of missing the opportunity of a lifetime? Here is a post on what Christmas is all about when we push past all the presents, parties, and merry-making.
Reading Time: 3 minutes We hear every year from people who are concerned about the commercialization of the Christmas season. They say they want to ensure Christ is kept at Christmas, but I also wonder if this is God’s top priority. Here is why God is less worried about Christmas commercialism than you think.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Have you noticed that the entire message of this season has become about acquiring created stuff? So, here are some practical tips to help you and your family re-focus your attention on the real reason we should celebrate Christmas: the incarnation of Jesus Christ.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Joseph does not get a lot of attention in the Christian faith. Sure, we briefly talk about Him around Christmas time but he is almost an afterthought. Joseph is quite a special individual. Only Joseph is chosen to be Jesus’ earthly dad out of all of the men of history.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Being anxious is silly. It shows a lack of trust in God because we’ve taken our focus off of Him as our provider. Jesus proclaims, “Don’t be anxious, God knows.” Instead, seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and what you need will be provided.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s difficult to feel thankful when you’re stressed out and things aren’t going according to plan. But as Christians, we should always have an attitude of gratitude all year long, and not just around the holidays.