The phrase ‘No Bones About It’ is often used as well to state a fact with no doubt meaning Christ arose from the dead His bones were never found! Jesus Christ is surely alive!
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.
So what is St. Patrick’s Day? Did you know it was a Christian Holiday? Who is St. Patrick, what is the shamrock and why the color green and more … #StPatrick #StPatricksDay #Green #SaintPatrick #SaintPatricksDay
Luis Palau, international evangelist and author, dies at age 86. After a three-year battle with lung cancer, evangelist Luis Palau died peacefully early March 11th in the morning at his home in Portland, Oregon. He was 86 years old. #LuisPalau
Beth Moore, splitting with Lifeway, says, ‘I am no longer a Southern Baptist – #LifeWay #SouthernBaptist #BethMoore
Don’t mistake a shamrock for any old clover – Much like New York City’s Empire State Building or Egypt’s great pyramids are in their respective countries, the shamrock is an icon in Ireland that has grown to symbolize Irish heritage and culture. Many products, sports teams and businesses with ties to Ireland feature shamrocks in their logos
Daylight Savings Time Parody by the Holderness Family to the tune of a Green Day Song – A reminder to set your clocks ahead an hour! #daylightsavings #daylightsaving #springforward #parody #timechange
Power Band Witnessing Tool Bracelet (Salvation Bracelet) – A fun craft to make for church, youth group, camp, Vacation Bible School and more. A great way to share the gospel using God’s colors on a bracelet.
Unique, mysterious and lesser-known facts about Ireland – Ireland boasts a rich heritage, diverse weather and intriguing history. The Emerald Isle can be a mysterious place to visit – and an even more exciting place to live.
The Harp – Over the years, shamrocks and the famed Tricolour have become symbols of the Emerald Isle. But when celebrating Irish history or planning St. Patrick’s Day festivities, celebrants should not overlook the important role the harp has played in Ireland for centuries. Even the Bible mentions the harp.
Invisibility, leprechauns and national pride tied to wearing green – Part of what makes celebrating St. Patrick’s Day so enjoyable is the scores of traditions surrounding the holiday. The month of March ushers in parades, festive foods, lively music, and as much green attire as a person can handle.