When a person becomes a Christian and they are striving to do the very best that they can to live the kind of life that the Lord wants them to, sooner or later they learn that they are going to be confronted with difficulties and challenges that are unique to being a child of God. And, indeed, there are burdens that we have to bear; things that, if we had never become Christians, we would never have to endure.
A girl, a wolf and a granny—these are the main characters in the famous story. What lessons can God’s people learn from the fable of Little Red Riding Hood?
It is that time of year when giving thanks is top of mind. The holiday season, and Thanksgiving in particular, causes us to think about all of the special things in our lives and express gratitude for them. This is a favorite time of year for many, in large part because we are surrounded by loved ones and visibly reminded of all that we have to be grateful for.
In a society where we have so much but never stop wanting more, and where violence and natural disasters seem to dominate the news, gratitude, ‘the mother of all virtues’, is not easy to nurture.
Expressing gratitude can make you a happier person, but there are advantages beyond happiness. Adding gratitude to your attitude can improve your relationships, productivity, health, and even your sleep.
“Come, ye thankful people, come; Raise the song of harvest home. All is safely gathered in Ere the winter storms begin.” If there is one hymn that I associate with Thanksgiving, it is “Come Ye Thankful People, Come”. The poem was written in 1810 by Henry Alford. Six years later, it was set to music […]
Gratitude Attitude 2017 #10
Veterans are a blessing in this country. Men and women who are willing to sacrifice their time and comforts to protect and serve the rest of us – even unto death. It reminds me that Yeshua did the same thing – only He did it for the whole world.
A two-year commission called for public U.K. life to be systematically de-Christianized due to the decline of church-going and the rise of Islam and other beliefs
A lot of people sin and don’t think there’s anything wrong with it, while others do finally come to see how destructive sin can be.
How to Cope with a Mis-Sold Job
Fewer than half of UK employees are happy with the way their careers are progressing, and many blame their boss for their lack of progress, according to new British research.
Thinking about all you have to appreciate can boost your happiness and your overall sense of well-being, according to psychologists.
The rich are getting richer. According to Chris Matthews of Fortune magazine. It’s been in the news countless times — the top one percent of households control a disproportionate share of wealth in the United States, and that share has only increased in recent years.
Everyone who interacts with the content you post will be presented with an opportunity to engage with the gospel.
Jezebel | By Hillary Crosley Pinterest just doesn’t have enough Christian influence, or you know, Jesus — so someone decided to create a religious splinter site, the awkwardly-named Godinterest. According to the website’s about page, the site is meant to help Christian ministries engage with the public through social media. If you’re a pastor or […]