Mothers, do not ever give up on your children or on God, even when believing seems impossible or foolish.
This year people may feel less inclined to do this tradition but God wants to bless you double if you continue it.
It's more than just the most wonderful time of the year; it's the greatest miracle God has blessed us with.
You don't have to be alone in your sorrows this holiday season; God sees you and knows your struggles.
Are we too preoccupied to worship? Are we too stressed to praise Him? Are we too anxious to receive His calm?
They are more than just to bring attention to our homes; they represent Someone who is worthy of praise.
For this Christmas, make sharing God's greatest gift to us the reason for the season.
The unimaginable happened to her but she chooses to embrace God in her grief than run away.
God left the light on for us centuries ago; are we leaving the light on for Him now during Hanukkah?
Make viewing Thanksgiving through a different, biblical perspective a new tradition this year!
This Thanksgiving, being the one instead of the other nine.
It was something he didn't expect that brought the thankfulness to God he always needed.
Despite all that has happened this year, an attitude of gratitude is still greatly needed.
The origins of Halloween might surprise you, as how it became what it is today.
Halloween is approaching but how should a Christian view the darkness-focused holiday?
Rosh Hashanah: some sad memories, some warm ones.
Now I understand the most redeeming part of Rosh HaShana is not that it is a new year, but rather an opportunity.
And Jesus, who won a far greater freedom for all people.
This gift is infinitely more exciting than cards, macaroni projects or a day at the spa.
Holidays may not be cheerful celebrations for many.