Anticipating medical test results, standing in a long line, sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic, sometimes waiting seems impossible! Let's study a passage in Mark chapter 5 where a woman has been waiting 12 years for God to show up and heal her. What was taking Him so long?
A classic nativity display includes Mary, Joseph, shepherds, wise men, animals, and baby Jesus . . . all together under the roof of a quaint stable. We’ll discover that our nativity scenes may not represent the actual Christmas story! A special Christmas study.
As followers of God, we’re called to take care of the poor. "Good King Wenceslas" is the compelling story about a compassionate king who had a heart for the less fortunate.
The familiar Christmas tune, "The Twelve Days of Christmas," is often considered a silly song designed for children to sing. You might be surprised at what the partridge in a pear tree represents!
The familiar strains of Christmas carols fill the air this time of year. You hear them in grocery stores, in malls, in church services. But they aren’t mere melodies. For some the history goes back thousands of years. Let's get in the true spirit of Christmas!
For centuries, religious wars and political battles have been fought in the name of God. Look to God’s Word for help with sensitive cultural issues.
Pain is a part of life. And for many, it’s difficult to reconcile the suffering in the world, to the existence of a loving, benevolent God. Special guest Dr. Armand Nicholi address the problem of pain.
Feeling a bit overwhelmed by reindeer and Santa Claus sightings? This Christmas, take a few moments to enjoy the refreshing dialog on the real reason for the season.
As Christmas approaches, we’re overwhelmed with shopping, decorating our home, and entertaining family and friends. But in the middle of all those demands, it’s important to reserve time to celebrate the birth of Jesus!
When we visit a foreign country, it’s easy to spot the differences in cultures. Local customs and the way people respond are different than we’re used to. Ever find that your beliefs collide with those around you--even in your own hometown?