What is Ash Wednesday?

Are you curious about Ash Wednesday and Lent? Not quite sure what they mean, their history, or how to observe them? You're not alone. A lot of Christians are eager to learn more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, and so we've prepared a resource for you. To get this...

4 Ways to Celebrate Advent

The Christmas season is a very exciting time, especially in the church. We go all out decorating and planning. We have special songs for the season and we truly love being together and celebrating the birth of Jesus. We love it so much, we start early, right? Well,...

Choose Your Hard. Marriage Advice for Christians

People attend marriage counseling, or marriage conferences, for many different reasons. Some people attend for preventative maintenance because they still have the spark and they want to maintain it. Others have lost the spark and still, others are in-between, in...

8 Steps to Get Started with Bible Journaling

Bible study is a tricky thing to figure out. As believers, we know it’s something we should do, but we don’t always feel like it (just being honest), and when we do feel like it, we don’t always know what to do. Often we become frustrated, not feeling like we’re...

3 Things to Keep the “Thanks” in Thanksgiving

Sometimes, Thanksgiving -- and the week off of school -- can seem overwhelming. The kids are home, the weather is cooler, and there is a lot of food to make. But, Thanksgiving is also a special opportunity for us to remind our children to celebrate all that God has...

Why Focusing on the End Version of Your Goals are Important

Have you ever heard someone ask, “what is the end goal?” We live in a society where the focus centers on reaching goals and accomplishing success. However, the idea of carrying out the end goal is often missing. For example, we often spend time talking about how to...

How to Talk About Jesus with Your Kids

Parenting is hard. We can all admit that one! And a lot of times we feel like we are doing it all wrong or that we are not doing enough. I remember feeling the constant pressure to make sure I was doing everything right. I knew that I needed to talk to my kids about...

4 Ways to Dive Deeper into Scripture

Reading your Bible is important. So important, that it’s something that you may need to practice. If you’re wondering where to start, we’ve got that covered for you. And, if you’re ready to dig deeper into your Bible, but you aren’t sure where to start, you can keep...

Why Serve? Here are 3 Benefits to Serving

Why would anyone sacrifice time to serve somewhere for free? I can remember being a teenager and having this exact thought. My parents were very involved in our church and community. They were constantly volunteering their time for various events. As their child, that...

Making the Most of Your Return to Church

Initially, the idea of returning to work after months of working at home and Zoom meetings at the kitchen table was exhilarating. I could return to my office! My productivity would soar! I could totally own my task list! I wouldn’t have to wear gym clothes every day!...
Making the Most of Your Return to Church

Making the Most of Your Return to Church

Initially, the idea of returning to work after months of working at home and Zoom meetings at the kitchen table was exhilarating. I could return to my office! My productivity would soar! I could totally own my task list! I wouldn’t have to wear gym clothes every day!...

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How to Study Your Bible In 6 Easy Steps

How to Study Your Bible In 6 Easy Steps

Christians consistently talk about reading their Bible, but to someone who hasn’t done it before it can seem really intimidating. Reading your Bible, studying your Bible doesn’t have to be scary. It can start out very simple. Set up a time and get started. Here are...

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How to Love People like Jesus Loves Us

How to Love People like Jesus Loves Us

Today, we are looking at the second greatest commandment, Love People! This is the second commandment that Jesus mentions but when He mentions it He says that it is like the first. So these two commandments are of equal importance.

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