15 World-Changing Results of the Protestant Reformation

Painting of Martin Luther nailing 95 Theses on church door at start of Protestant Reformation.

One of the most important events of history occurred on October 31, 1517 when a priest named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses (complaints) against the Catholic Church to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany. This was the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Luther’s audacious act of questioning the Catholic Church opened the way for others … Read more 15 World-Changing Results of the Protestant Reformation

How to Make a Resurrection Garden for Easter

How to make a Resurrection Garden for Easter

If you are looking for Christ-centered activities for Easter to do with your children, you will love learning how to make a Resurrection garden for Easter. A Resurrection garden is a life-filled visual lesson of the empty tomb. If you plant it several weeks before Easter, it can be a decorative conversation piece for Easter … Read more How to Make a Resurrection Garden for Easter

How to Make Resurrection Rolls for Easter

How to make Resurrection Rolls for Easter

Are you seeking Christ-centered activities for Easter to do with your children? Learn how to make Resurrection rolls for Easter. Resurrection Rolls are a fun object lesson combined with a yummy treat. This simple recipe uses Crescent rolls and a disappearing marshmallow for a roll that oozes with all the deliciousness of a cinnamon roll! As … Read more How to Make Resurrection Rolls for Easter

Treasuring Christ in our Easter Traditions

Treasuring Christ in Easter Traditions

Easter is the most important Christian holiday. If Jesus had not died on the cross and risen from the dead, we would have no hope in this world. As Christians, our faith would be meaningless, and we would be the fools to be pitied. (1 Corinthians 15:14-20) via GIPHY It is thus important to think … Read more Treasuring Christ in our Easter Traditions

12 Ways to Keep an Eternal Perspective During Times of Trial

Keeping an eternal perspective, mindset in times of trial

If you are like me, you may have run a gamut of emotions these past few weeks: fear, panic, disappointment, uncertainty, anxiety, frustration, cynicism, distrust, overwhelm, stress, etc. And yet a phrase Elisabeth Elliot, the missionary and speaker, used to often say kept going through my head, “In acceptance lieth peace.” I can be upset … Read more 12 Ways to Keep an Eternal Perspective During Times of Trial

Remembering Thanksgiving

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Remembering Thanksgiving is especially important in what becomes an over-commercialized season of the year. As we seek to redeem every holiday with our children by pointing them to God and all He has done for us, Thanksgiving is a perfect holiday in which to honor God. History of the Thanksgiving holiday The history of Thanksgiving … Read more Remembering Thanksgiving

Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood: Summary and Review

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Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood:  Review and Summary     This past summer, I had the privilege of working through Melissa B. Kruger’s encouraging devotional Bible study called Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood. Broken into eleven chapters, each chapter includes sections of days one through five, so that one … Read more Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood: Summary and Review

Redeeming Holidays With Our Children

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As parents, we desire to be intentional in living out Christ in front of our children in every way, including redeeming holidays with our children or using the opportunity of celebrating a holiday to show them Christ. So when our children were little, my husband and I talked about how we had celebrated holidays in … Read more Redeeming Holidays With Our Children

15 Reasons to Celebrate Reformation Day: The Redeeming Value of Celebrating Reformation Day

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Many Christians miss a beautiful opportunity to celebrate our Christian heritage on October 31, which is also known as Reformation Day. It was on this day in 1517 that a priest named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses (complaints) against the Catholic Church to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany. His bold act opened the way … Read more 15 Reasons to Celebrate Reformation Day: The Redeeming Value of Celebrating Reformation Day