Doing, with courage stern and grim,
The deeds that his father did for him.
This is the line that for him I pen,
Only a dad, but the best of men.
Are you looking for a new weapon for your prayer time arsenal? Yvonne Britt, the author of A Diary of Prayers, believes in the power of praying God’s will for our lives.
God rest you, happy gentlemen,
Who laid your good lives down
Who took the khaki and the gun
Instead of cap and gown.
What is all this juice and all this joy? A strain of the earth’s sweet being in the beginning In Eden garden.
Whether it hitches a ride in your on-the-go bag, rests on your nightstand, or graces your bathroom’s magazine basket, Cultivating Spiritual Growth is a book that should be kept close.
Believe, confess, call on the name of the Lord, grace through faith—it seems fairly clear to me that the way of salvation is for the person to acknowledge, in legitimate belief, the salvation and Lordship of Jesus Christ over his or her life.
Shane Claiborne is a public speaker, social activist, and author. He strives to strip away all that culture has added to Christianity and get to the core of what following Jesus means.
We discover the truest meaning of love
when we find the One who was sent from above
We are magnetically drawn to His grace and His peace
We’re enamored by the greatness of the One who sets us free
Whether people are willing to admit it or not, racism is still not resolved in our country. We see this everywhere with bitterness and lack of empathy.
The concept of sin didn’t even exist yet in the heart or mind of man. Adam was complete. But God gave one simple specification to Adam: do not eat from this particular tree.
Sometimes we think our dreams are impossible to achieve. In Higgins Takes Flight, children and adults alike will join Higgins the penguin on a high-flying adventure.
Bapticostal is not a book about denominations or religion. It is a mission to spread the Kingdom of God to every believer and non-believer alike.
With unique structure and formatting, Herbert brings a visual representation to the hope we’ve found in Christ Jesus.
“Rabbi!” I said. Tears of a different kind now began pouring out. There were no more questions. No more confusion. Jesus was here.
Many approach Easter with the triumphant and tragic depiction of the cross. But even before we had a cross, we had a manger.
With a loud cry, Jesus said, “It is finished!” Immediately, His head hung low, and His knees buckled completely. He was no longer breathing.
Jesus took the time to pray for us before He was betrayed
and then He sacrificed His holy life to take our sins away
I don’t know if anyone else noticed it, but there seemed to be a somberness about Him, and I couldn’t help but be more contemplative as I prepared the meal.
“How will I know if the pearl chooses me, Grandfather?” “You mustn’t worry your pretty head over it, Felice. You will know when it comes time if it’s meant to be you.”
There are ways to combat this disheartening rut, though. Not all hope is lost. Here are a few steps to rekindle creativity and overcome writer’s block.
We followed Jesus into Jerusalem, and a crowd began to form on either side of the street. The crowds were larger than usual since people had come to Jerusalem to prepare for Passover.
Your grandfather crafted
the first for his wife,
followed by one for
each of his four children.
There were no gaps—Jesus filled in each space
His blood was shed so that sin could be forgiven and erased
His holy sacrifice was the piece enabling removal of our sin
Does your puzzle include Jesus? He included you in His!
What is written in Echoes of His Heart is exactly that: Holy-Spirit-inspired works that she wants to share with the world.