A Christmas Reflection – As we approach the joyous season of Christmas, let’s take a moment to reflect on the true essence of this sacred celebration. In the midst of festive decorations and the hustle and bustle of holiday preparations, it’s easy to get swept away by the external trappings of the season. However, as Christians, our focus should remain steadfast on the profound significance of the birth of Jesus Christ.
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.
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.
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel: A Compelling Journey from Skeptic to Believer – In the realm of Christian apologetics and spiritual literature, few books have made as significant an impact as “The Case for Christ” by Lee Strobel. This bestselling book, first published in 1998, is not just a captivating read but a thought-provoking exploration of the evidence for the historical and theological validity of Christianity. Lee Strobel, a former atheist and award-winning investigative journalist, embarks on a quest to examine the case for Christ. In this blog post, we will delve into the key themes and strengths of this influential work.
Operation Christmas Child, spreading the gospel of Christ by giving children in other countries a shoebox full of goodies. Check out this list of ideas of what to stuff in a shoebox, plus things you cannot put in them. Learn more about OCC too. #OperationChristmasChild #ShoeBox #OCC #occshoeboxes
Is Loving Jesus Enough, or Should We Share His Message with Others? Do you say people just need to love Jesus yet do not do anything about it like sharing Jesus to others.
Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die by John Piper “Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die,” offers a profound exploration of the purpose behind Jesus’ crucifixion. In this blog post, we’ll dive into this thought-provoking book to discover its wisdom and significance.
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
Linus & the The Great Pumpkin, from It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, is a good analogy to use when we talk about having faith Linus shows great faith. We need to have similar faith but our faith needs to be in Christ! #GreatPumpkin #faith #Linus #CharlieBrown
Halloween alternatives: Facts on Halloween & Bible verses that pertain to not dealing or imitate darkness, evil, spirits. Participating in Halloween may seem fun. But, there is nothing fun about playing on Satan’s playground. It does not matter how many other people are playing there with you. We should be worshiping the Lord our God and sharing his faith, not inviting the devil to have his fun. #Halloween #HalloweenAlternatives
Where else is Jesus mentioned outside the Bible? The Bible is the primary source for information about Jesus Christ, his life, teachings, and the significance of his death and resurrection. However, there are a few other ancient historical texts that mention Jesus or provide some insight into the world in which he lived.
Bring Your Bible to School Day – Students, mark your calendar for Bring your Bible to School Day. Tell your friends, family and everyone! Share this blog post so others will know about it too. Do you know that what you bring to school says a lot about you. You can bring a lot of things to school, Why not bring your Bible? #BringYourBible #BgBg2
47 Ways to say Jesus died for you in other languages – Steve is 47 and this is a list of how to say Jesus died for you in 47 languages.
Overflowing Grace: What They Did with The Leftover Fish and Bread – In the Gospel of Matthew, we read about the miraculous feeding of the multitude by Jesus, where he multiplied five loaves of bread and two fish to feed thousands of hungry people. This extraordinary event not only demonstrated Jesus’ divine power but also carried profound spiritual significance. Beyond satisfying physical hunger, it conveyed a message of abundance and grace that continues to resonate with us today. In this blog post, we will explore what happened with the leftover fish and bread after the feeding of the multitude and the lessons we can draw from this remarkable incident.
Jesus Takes Our Baggage: Finding Freedom in Christ – In our journey through life, we often find ourselves burdened by the weight of our past mistakes, regrets, and struggles. We carry the baggage of guilt, shame, and pain, unable to move forward and experience the freedom that God desires for us. However, as Christians, we have a remarkable truth to hold onto: Jesus takes our baggage. In Him, we find release, restoration, and redemption. Let us explore how surrendering our burdens to Jesus can transform our lives and lead us to a place of healing and freedom.
The victim on the cross became the victor over sin and death – When Jesus was crucified, He was seen as a victim, an innocent man suffering at the hands of those in power. But in reality, Jesus was not a victim, but a victor. His death on the cross marked the ultimate victory over sin and death, and is the foundation of the Christian faith.
Cast Out No More: Embracing Jesus’ Unconditional Love, Regardless of Your Past – In a world filled with judgment and conditional acceptance, the words of Jesus bring solace and hope to every weary soul seeking redemption. The assurance that “whoever comes to me I will not cast out” (John 6:37) holds profound significance, as it reveals the boundless love and grace of our Savior. Regardless of our past mistakes, shortcomings, or even the severity of our sins, Jesus extends an open invitation to find forgiveness, restoration, and eternal life. Let us delve deeper into this incredible promise and discover the transformative power of His unconditional love.