The Lord’s triumphal entry is written about in all four Gospels. As we remember that day we call “Palm Sunday,” let’s take the time to consider how we would greet Him.
Recently I found myself thinking of the story of the Ten Lepers – let me share some thoughts that I think will bless and encourage you!
This past weekend we had the blessing of celebrating Palm Sunday. A special day where we recognize Jesus’ last days heading
We should understand “salvation” as God’s way for mankind to relate with Him while on earth that prepares us to live with God forever.
I’d like to share a short story I read recently. It is about a business man who received an early Christmas present from his older brother:
In John 1:27, John the Baptist declared that there was One coming after him; One to be preferred; One whose sandal strap John was not worthy to loosen.
What I’m about to share, I’ve now shared in 4 churches since we have returned to Latvia. It has spoken to many people and has helped and encouraged them.
There is one part in the movie A Christmas Carol that always brings tears to my eyes. It takes place early in a dialogue between Scrooge and his nephew, Fred.
A lesson on the importance of giving your best to Christ. Offers insight from the life of Mary of Bethany and her sister, Martha.
What can we learn about God’s faithfulness in good and hard times from the book of Ruth?