Make sure to spend your holiday the way God would want. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Taking time to meditate on the many names of Jesus can enrich your worship.
There are 40 non-sabbath days until Easter Sunday. The church sets apart Easter to more fully celebrate and remember Jesus's finished work on the cross—the work that conquered death.
Take our quiz to find out how you really feel about Christmas!
Advent is the four-week season of anticipation that precedes Christmas Day. It celebrates the coming of God in the flesh — in the person of Jesus Christ.
As you reflect on Jesus’ coming throughout this special day, take a moment with your family, friends or on your own to read today’s passage from Luke 2 aloud.
Even when you don’t feel it, in your darkest moments, Jesus is with you. It is the promise of Christmas, when He entered the world to save it.
What do you feel you deserve from God? Turn your struggles over to God and thank Him that He offers forgiveness that you do not deserve.
When you mess up, Jesus isn’t surprised or distant. He saw your failure coming. He intervened for you, both in prayer and on the cross.
In Luke 21, Jesus gazes in wonder at a widow who empties her pockets with a faith that reflects who He is: One who emptied Himself for rich and poor alike.
As you prepare for Christmas, remember that Jesus loves you just the way you are. He’s not asking you to clean up your act.
Throughout Luke’s gospel, Jesus consistently responds to misunderstood or marginalized people with tenderness and compassion.
Which category of people - those who trust in themselves or those who trust in Jesus with childlike faith - do you typically fall into?
I was so busy being angry about my Christmas tree, I was missing the real joy of Christmas - when Jesus left His glorious heavenly home to be born in a manger.
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