Did you know that accounts of Christ’s birth can be found in the gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John? If you would like to read the combined accounts, I have “harmonized” them on our Christmas Story page. You can also find a dramatized audio version at Faith Comes By Hearing. I hope these Read more . . .

The Advent season begins THIS Sunday, December 3rd. One easy and meaningful tradition that my family enjoys is lighting candles on an Advent wreath. I have provided daily Scripture reading, songs, and candle lighting instructions on our Advent Candle Traditions page. I hope it Read more . . .

Here are some ideas for creative Thanksgiving Traditions. I hope these ideas help to make your celebration both fun and meaningful!

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Here are some ideas for creative, family-friendly Halloween Traditions. I hope these ideas help to make your celebration both fun and meaningful!

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Various Protestant churches celebrate Reformation Day on October 31st, and this year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation! Though it may seem like a coincidence that the day is the same as Halloween, there is actually an intimate connection between Read more . . .

Now that the kids are back to school, I like to send this Teacher Questionnaire to their teachers. It is such a helpful tool when it comes time to give teacher gifts (Christmas, Teacher Appreciation Day, end of year, and even the teacher’s b-day). I hope you enjoy this free, Read more . . .

I hope you are having a wonderful summer. I will be back in September with back to school and fall holiday ideas. Blessings!

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There has been much debate in recent years regarding the Christian commitment of our Founding Fathers, as well as whether or not they intended to establish a “Christian nation.” As July 4th approaches, check out our short article” “Did America’s Founding Fathers Intend to Establish a Christian Nation?

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Father’s Day is Sunday, June 18th, 2017. It is a time to celebrate one of the most important people in your life — your dad (your biological dad or someone who has been like-a-dad to you). As you celebrate, my prayer is that our Father’s Day pages will help to make Read more . . .

Pentecost is Sunday, June 4th, 2017. Pentecost is a celebration of the day that the first Christians were filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4). Pentecost, which means “fiftieth,” is celebrated 50 days after Easter and is considered the last day of the Read more . . .

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