Sunday, February 14 is Valentine’s Day. A time to focus on expressing our love to others. Do we really need a day to remind us to do this?
As Christians and WMU leaders, we need to keep God's story going by sharing it with everyone we meet. This is the most important story we can ever tell because everyone needs the opportunity to hear about and accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
In Galatians 6:10, Paul reminds us that we all have an opportunity to do good for all men. Are you ready to make a difference in the world today?
With all that has been going on in our world lately, I am reminded of the words of instruction to Christians in Psalm 78:1-8. It is up to us to help preserve our Christian and family history and pass it on to our children and future generations or truth will be lost.
With all that is going around in our world right now, I cannot help but think, “What do we do now?” Here are some scriptures you may find comforting, encouraging, and hopeful.
Are you ready for God's plan for your life? In 2021, try these three things to make the most of your new year!
Let us welcome 2021 with the hope, confidence, and optimism that Christ has given us! This year is a fresh start, a new beginning, with new opportunities to grow closer to Him and closer to others.
This time of the year reminds me of Philippians 3:13b-14. Let us make the most out of today and these last few days of 2020. The great prize will be worth it!
What would Christmas be without lights? I was recently reading about the origin of using lights on a Christmas tree. I found that the earliest lights were candles attached to the tree branches signifying the light of Jesus.
What do children, radios, and fish have in common with Christmas? They all sound very different, but they all have the same purpose.