April Fools Day – Atheist Day – The fool hath said in his heart there is no God and this is no foolish joke either. Find out what the Bible says about the fool. #Fool #AprilFools #AprilFoolsDay #AtheistDay
National Walking Day – A day to get moving and walk. This day is now called Move More Day! This day is part of the American Heart Association to help get people up and moving and walking to good health. #NationalWalkingDay #MoveMore
Sweating Blood Prayer, an earnest prayer that Jesus prayed. When is last time you prayed like Jesus? I mean hard earnest prayer, a prayer where the blood sweat prayer. A hard deep prayer like Jesus did in the Mount of Olives before He was Crucified. He prayed so hard he sweated blood! Don’t just let Easter time remind you of this type of prayer, but let it be in your heart all the time. For this is a deep earnest burden type of prayer.
That Tomb Is Still Empty! – Easter Story told by Two Kids – Come and listen to these very young kids tell you the Easter Story. The kids names are Levi and Lia Mullen. They share about the empty tomb. The video shown above is first of four in the series.
Cracking the tradition of hiding Easter eggs – Come Easter Sunday, eager children wake up to see if the Easter Bunny has visited their homes. For many families, Easter would not be the same without an annual egg hunt. From chocolate confections to money-filled plastic shells to colorful, hand-decorated hard-boiled eggs, the Easter Bunny (and his parental helpers) hide eggs all around. #EasterEggs
Warning signs of suicide – The AFSP notes that people who take their own lives may speak about doing so prior to committing suicide. People should seek help if they or a loved one talks about feeling hopeless, having no reason to live or being a burden to others. People who speak of feeling trapped or feeling unbearable pain also may be exhibiting warning signs of suicide. #BeThe1To
Global Day of Prayer and Fasting amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – This day of PRAYER and FASTING is set for Sunday, March 29, 2020. globalprayer_covid19 #GlobalDayofPrayerandFasting #COVID19 #Coronavirus
I am sure you seen this story going around on the internet about why Jesus folded the napkin or known as the linen burial cloth in His Tomb. This blog post talks about that and if there is any proof of this or not.
Let kites soar: A Lenten tradition takes flight – The Christian season of Lent and the Easter holiday are laden with time-honored traditions that are both secular and religious. Many such traditions are universal, but people still find ways to celebrate their Christian faith in their own unique ways.
Eiffel Tower Day – A Day that commemorates the opening of the Eiffel Tower (tour Eiffel) in 1889 for the World’s Fair. Remind me of the Knoxville Sunsphere. Learn more about this famous tower in France. (Jour de la Tour Eiffel – Fréquentation de la tour Eiffel) #EiffelTowerDay #EiffelTower #TourEiffel
“TOGETHER: A Night of Hope.” with For King and Country Live on CCM Magazine Facebook #Together #ForKingandCountry #CCMMagazine
How to support local businesses during mandatory restrictions – Small businesses are vital to local communities, and there are ways to support them and help them stay afloat as they confront the challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak or any other pandemic. #COVID19 #Coronavirus