Changing Batteries in People’s Darkest Moments – Like a flashlight that grows dim or stops working, people too can find themselves in dark places. The key is not to cast them aside but to offer a helping hand, much like changing batteries. This analogy beautifully illustrates the various forms of support individuals may need, ranging from attention and affection to compassion and direction.
24 Day Gospel of Luke Challenge – This Bible reading challenge is great for Christmas time. Simply read one chapter of Luke per day for 24 days starting on December 1st. Then when Christmas comes you have read about the Life of Christ! #bgbg2 #Luke #GospelofLuke
You are the only Bible that somebody see, are you a good translation? The Bible holds a central and indispensable place. It is the inspired and authoritative word of God, guiding believers in their journey of faith. But have you ever considered that your life, your actions, and your character might be the only Bible that someone sees? In this blog post, we will explore the idea that our lives are a translation of God’s word and reflect on the question: Are we good translations? #bgbg2
The Polar Express Train Ride aboard the Big South Fork Scenic Railway in Stearns, Kentucky. The Polar Express train ride is a special seasonal shorter train excursion. What sets the Big South Fork Scenic Railway apart is it is the only one that the Polar Express goes through a tunnel. #polarexpress #stearnsky
The Iconic Praying Girl: Unraveling the Story Behind Sunbeam Bread’s Timeless Logo – In the world of iconic brand imagery, few symbols are as universally recognized as the praying girl featured on Sunbeam Bread packaging. This enduring emblem has graced the shelves of supermarkets for decades, becoming synonymous with the wholesome and comforting nature of Sunbeam products. Let’s delve into the fascinating story behind this timeless logo.
Finding Contentment: A Christian Perspective on Envy and Jesus – If you envy religious people, look to Jesus! Envy is a powerful emotion that can subtly creep into our hearts, causing unrest and discontent. In moments when we find ourselves envious of others, particularly those with a deep religious faith, it is essential to turn our gaze to Jesus for guidance and inspiration.
A Soldier’s Child S.O.S.: Supporting the Children of Heroes – In a world where the sacrifices of our servicemen and women often go unnoticed, organizations like A Soldier’s Child S.O.S. (ASC) stand as beacons of hope for the children left behind by fallen heroes. ASC is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring the memory of our nation’s fallen soldiers by celebrating the lives of their children.
Navigating the Arctic Allure of Coca-Cola’s Polar Bear Legacy – The Endearing Tale of Coca-Cola’s Polar Bears – In advertising, few images evoke the warmth and joy of the holiday season quite like Coca-Cola’s polar bears. For decades, these cuddly creatures have graced our screens, becoming synonymous with the festive spirit and the beverage that refreshes the world. #CocaColaPolarBears #CocaColaBears
The Purr-fect Companions: The Joys of Having Three Cats – Having pets enriches our lives in numerous ways, and for…
Becoming a Contagious Christian by Bill Hybels & Mark Mittelberg – In the world of Christianity, the desire to spread the message of Jesus Christ is a central theme. Evangelism, the act of sharing one’s faith with others, is a fundamental aspect of Christian life. Many books have been written on this subject, but “Becoming a Contagious Christian” by Bill Hybels and Mark Mittelberg stands out as a timeless guide on how to effectively communicate your faith and engage with others in a meaningful way. In this blog post, we’ll explore the key principles and insights from this influential book.
Welcoming Veterans Home: A Shift from ‘Thank You for Your Service’ – In recent years, there has been a growing conversation about how we express gratitude to our veterans. Traditionally, the phrase “Thank you for your service” has been the default way to convey appreciation. However, a shift is occurring, with more people advocating for a warmer and more personal approach: saying “Welcome home.”
Your Fear is Afraid of Jesus: Finding Strength in Faith – In a world filled with uncertainties and anxieties, fear can easily creep into our lives, paralyzing us and preventing us from living to our fullest potential. But as Christians, we have a powerful source of strength that can overcome even the most overwhelming fears – the love and presence of Jesus Christ. In this blog post, we will explore how your fear is afraid of Jesus and how you can find courage and hope through your faith in Him.
October 31 is also Reformation Day, Martin Luther wrote The 95 Thesis on this day 500 years ago and nailed it to the Castle Church door in Wittenburg in Germany. I share about Reformation Day and even the full length movie of I Will Not Recant. #ReformationDay #95Thesis #MartinLuther #IWillNotRecant
Former Satanist Warns About the Dangers of Halloween. John Ramirez, who used to be a high-ranking priest within the Satanic Temple before miraculously having his heart opened to the Gospel, shares the story of his personal involvement with satanism and celebrating Halloween in order to warn parents of its dangers. The question of should Christians celebrate Halloween always come about this time of year. Ramirez gives warnings to Christians about the dark holiday … Halloween and why Christians shouldn’t celebrate it. #Halloween
Exploring “The Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyan: A Journey of Faith and Allegory – “The Pilgrim’s Progress,” written by John Bunyan in 1678, stands as one of the most enduring and influential works of English literature. This allegorical masterpiece takes readers on a spiritual journey, narrating the struggles and triumphs of a character named Christian as he embarks on a quest to reach the Celestial City. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the key elements of this timeless classic and discuss its profound impact on literature and Christian thought.