Do you easily get caught up with to-do lists or find yourself focusing on stuff rather than God or others around the holidays? Here are some helpful reminders.
Taking time to meditate on the many names of Jesus can enrich your worship.
Jesus, our Alpha and Omega, existed before Creation and will return to rule forever. He is the consistency for which our hearts long.
When anxiety or discouragement creeps in, I try to remind myself that rescue is just around the corner. This gives me peace and hope.
Contemplating Jesus’s name Immanuel, which means “God with us,” gives me a reason to hope amid a world beaten down and burdened.
This Christmas, you can introduce someone to Jesus in a fresh way.
A military wife shares her struggles and a hopeful reminder.
Make sure to spend your holiday the way God would want. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Christmas isn’t just about gatherings and to-do lists, it’s also about our hearts. Here are some ideas to help you prepare your heart and mind for the season.
The Christmas season is a great time to serve others and share about the hope we have in Christ.
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?
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.
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.
Here are five questions related to the topic of Christmas that you might find of value.
Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean you have to stop talking about the greatest gift God has given us in Jesus Christ.
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.
A young woman’s perspective on resurrection changed after she suddenly became a widow.
How do we make the Easter message relevant without diluting it? Try these refreshing ideas incorporating all 5 senses.
Try this easy outreach in your neighborhood this Easter.
Here are 10 outreach ideas for you to use this Easter from staff members of Cru.
Move beyond the candy and bunnies and prepare your heart for the true meaning of Easter.
Learn what the Passover meal, the setting of the Lord’s supper, means to us today.
Why does candy sometimes seem more real to me at Easter than the Resurrection?
Mother’s Day can be difficult if you have a broken or strained relationship with your child. One mother shares how she faces the holiday in the midst of her pain and disappointment.
As the New Year begins, I have been thinking about how we are reminded to take off our old selves and clothe ourselves in our true identity in Christ. We are invited to put on our new identity and then to clothe ourselves with things that suit our new identity, such as compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.
I didn’t have as much time as I needed with my dad in my early years, but then one day God set things in motion, unexpectedly.
Making New Year’s resolutions won’t make us better people, but being filled with the Holy Spirit will give us life.
We go through tremendous effort to find or even just taste love. It is so powerful that for many, the meaning of life is finding true love. But what is love?
#LOVEDENOUGH: Coming to terms with the “ought-not-to-be-ness” around & inside us.
This Valentine’s Day may you experience God’s love in a deeper way by being reminded of 14 things about His love.
Perhaps this Halloween is the perfect opportunity to respond selflessly in love and care for our neighbors, as well as a way to fight our tendency to isolate.
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