"How can I stay in control of Christmas shopping and not be saddled with credit card expenses well into the New Year?"
Couples they want to rid their relationship of resentment, increase communication and learn to manage conflict. But it takes two!
By now you may have heard that Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year is “selfie.” It’s good word for our day, as without a doubt, it has become a very “selfie” world.
It’s not about winning a culture war. We win through how we engage our neighbors. Our honor should be on full display… even on Facebook.
Christmas signals the start of something radically new and for that we should rejoice
We’ve all heard the story of the young wife who cut off both ends of the ham before cooking it. When her husband asked her why – she didn’t know; that’s the way her mom always did it.
Over at How to Talk Evangelical, Addie Zierman shares about a time when she needed Christians around her to truly care about her..
Is the advice, "the best friendships make the best marriages" sound? Find out in today's edition of He Said-She Said.
So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby, who was lying in the manger (Luke 2:16). Our calendars so easily become overloaded, crowding out the spiritual significance of the Christmas season.
Sarah Bessey, author of Jesus Feminist, talks with iBelieve.com about her book and what the Bible says about the roles of women in the home and church.
Takes up the slot for those looking for a bone-breaking, pitchfork-stabbing, explosion-laden spectacle in their moviegoing.
Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you (Matt. 5:44). We had a quickly growing stack of nice things to take to people who were definitely not nice...
He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me (Ps. 50:23). One thing is crystal clear from the Exodus account: God is not pleased with grumbling, ungrateful hearts.
...not a result of works, so that no one may boast (Eph. 2:9). Anyone who thinks of himself as a pretty good person ought to take a look at God’s assessment of humanity.
I told the story of Thanksgiving yesterday. It's been years since I told the story of pilgrims and indians sitting down together and enjoying a harvest. I smiled to myself as I remembered my daughters making construction paper hats with big buckles and feathers and cornucopias and children eating on paper plates shaped like turkeys.
This Christmas do not be swept away by the illusory claims of consumerism; instead, revel in God’s gracious gifts, drink deeply the joy of relationships and life and the wonder of this wonderful season—these will leave you truly satisfied and debt free!
I appeal to you, brothers... that all of you agree with one another so that there may be no divisions among you (1 Cor. 1:10). I think we can safely say Black Friday is usually not marked by a spirit of Christian unity, even though it’s supposed to kick off the Christmas season.