For those who have unsaved loved ones joining in holiday gatherings this year, here are some specific prayers to pray on their behalf.
I once heard a story about a great Kentucky preacher named T.T. Eaton. Dr. Eaton told about his younger brother who LOVED a mongrel dog. The family felt the dog was not even worth shooting, but the boy and his dog were inseparable.
What makes a Christmas tradition? There might be a few nuggets that come to mind. Some are serious while others can be fun.
Imagine a fresh evergreen wreath bedecked with festive ribbons and glowing candles is sitting on a table before us. Imagine we are sipping warm wassail from red mugs, imagine a fire is roaring inside the fireplace, and imagine snow is quietly falling just beyond the window. As you and I gather around God’s Word, let us prepare our hearts to worship Him.
Picture a young missionary family in Warsaw, Poland living a covert, double-life behind the Iron Curtain. In the darkest days of the Cold War, immersed in the culture of a nation not their own...
Make a list, make a plan, make ahead…
 Make a mess, clean the mess, make sure… 
 Extend the table, cover the table, decorate the table…
 Race the clock, race back to the store; race to be ready to relax. Right? Hold on; stop! No more. It is now November, and I want this...
Prayer is the avenue leading to God’s perspective. Through prayer, we can summon our Heavenly Father’s opinion and faithfully demonstrate our ability to believe in His plans.
In case you weren’t aware, this month is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness month. Given our experience in this area and how open we are about our story, I’ve heard from SO many women who have gone through losing a baby. I don’t know actual stats
Have you ever had one of those moments where you feel like your to-do list is spiraling out of control and you have no idea where your life is going? No matter how hard you try to plan your week and get all of your goals accomplished does something always manage to fall apart?
By: Sandra Jean Charite, MS Hurricane Irma was expected to hit landfall in South Florida between the early hours on Sunday, September 10. All day Friday and into late Saturday night, thousands of South Floridians prepared for the storm. They lined up in stores, filled up their gas tanks, and ensured...