10 posts tagged with "salvation"
There is a pain that weighs heavy on hearts and minds at all times, which is rarely spoken of because it is a grief of what might be. It is the burden of a loved one that we believe is a lost soul. Someone we deeply love and want to have in heaven with us some day. And because we as believers are not to “worry about this day for it has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34) then we often set these feelings aside or bury them. Read More
As a child, I remember Easter being a time for getting a new dress and new shoes. One year I even got a real bunny. Now that I have four boys, I have tried to find creative ways to focus on Jesus during Easter. Here are a few ideas I have used... Read More
Does it seem like you’re holding your breath, waiting for the next disaster, and if you exhale, surely another thing will go terribly wrong?! That’s what anxiety feels like. It’s exhausting! Our world is anxious and exhausted... Read More
What if I told you that what happened on October 31st, 500 years ago, was one of the most scandalous, culture-shaping, and divisive events in church history - but has nothing to do with Halloween?... Read More
What is Fathers Day to you? The older I get the more I think differently about Fathers Day. In my mind I compare it a lot to Mothers Day. There is a great sensitivity to Mothers Day that used to not be there. We talk more openly about those who have lost children, those who want children, those who have lost a mother and other issues related to making Mothers Day a difficult and sometimes dreaded day for so many... Read More
I opened the finely woven little chiffon bag with satin ties to see a delicate gold bracelet. A wedding gift from my daughter to me. When I read the engraved words I teared up quickly... Read More
Allow me to ask you a personal question: How thankful are you for the Lord Jesus today? Do you have a personal, intimate relationship with Christ? Our purpose to Keep Christmas is based upon our desire to honor and worship Christ above all the distractions and opportunities for busyness ahead of us. Read More