Thanksgiving is a tremendous American holiday and tradition. What Christian doesn't love celebrating God's blessings with family, food, fun and football? If you are like me and love to eat, I am guessing you will overeat just a bit on Nov. 28.
If you only had the things today that you thanked God for yesterday, what would be left? This question came to life for me many years ago when my dad came to me with a proposition.
"For every item you can write down that you are genuinely thankful for, I will pay you a nickel," he began.
Every day is provided by the Lord to celebrate Thanksgiving. C.H. Spurgeon commented that "Let us sing the Old Hundredth" was widely quoted in the churches of antiquity. There are at least seven evidences of thankful hearts in Psalm 100.
We're often reminded of ways to improve our health — like eating less fat or exercising more. These reminders are beneficial and important. We also need to think about our financial health. Here are six steps for you to consider:
On Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019 the atmosphere of the room was mingled with excitement and apprehension. Two Somerset congregations — Buena Vista and Faith-United — had voted on officially merging to create a new church.
LOUISVILLE—How crucial is the Lottie Moon offering to support missionaries around the world? Pastor Nate Bishop says it's "absolutely crucial" to the work of spreading the gospel to the ends of the earth.