Jesus came to be God with us—on both the starry night in Bethlehem and in the loneliness of a quarantined home. On a sunny Galilean hillside and in crowded grocery store lines.
From the manger to the tomb, God has embraced the brokenness of humanity, giving new meaning to His name, Emmanuel: God with us.
“In the beginning the Word already existed.
The Word was with God,
and the Word was God.
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It’s Christmastime, so here’s a little present from us: a free printable Christmas card!
To print the card, click HERE. Once it enlarges, right click and save to your desktop.
Practicing gratitude doesn’t need to be as dull as washing the dinner dishes after the holiday meal! Try one (or more) of these five fun ways to practice gratitude as a family.
The hope promised in Scripture can seem not only distant but also irrelevant for our daily lives.
Shamrocks, the “luck of the Irish,” wearing green . . . all things that come to mind when we think of St. Patrick’s Day. But not many people actually know the tradition behind why we celebrate this holiday.
Valentine’s Day is a great time to give cards to friends and loved ones to let them know how much they mean to you.
As the product of a broken home, building a sense of safety, security, and continuity in the lives of my four sons became a priority as they grew up.