Jesus did not come to liberate us from suffering, but to free our spirits as we go through the suffering that is part of life. He makes it possible for us to connect with God — to know Him personally.
Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean you have to stop talking about the greatest gift God has given us in Jesus Christ.
Here are five questions related to the topic of Christmas that you might find of value.
Do you long to have conversations around the gospel but don’t know how to bring them up? Here are four creative ways to help people know the peace and hope of Christ this holiday season.
Going door-to-door with a Bible may be taboo any other time of the year, but during Christmas Season, singing the gospel is still captivating.
What if instead of viewing interruptions this Christmas as unwelcome delays, you strive to see them as divine opportunities for inviting others into conversations of some spiritual significance?
The Christmas season is a great time to serve others and share about the hope we have in Christ.
Make sure to spend your holiday the way God would want. Here are some ideas to get you started.
This Christmas, you can introduce someone to Jesus in a fresh way.
Contemplating Jesus’s name Immanuel, which means “God with us,” gives me a reason to hope amid a world beaten down and burdened.
Jesus, our Alpha and Omega, existed before Creation and will return to rule forever. He is the consistency for which our hearts long.
Taking time to meditate on the many names of Jesus can enrich your worship.
These principles can help you negotiate the challenge of managing the Christmas holidays.
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