Keeping Jesus in Christmas!

Each year there's usually some discussion about Christmas and how the religious holiday has become too secular, too centered on shopping, and not about Jesus' birth. While most Christians might agree, it can be hard to figure out what to do about it. How, exactly, do you put Christ back in Christmas? Especially if you're already knee-deep in decorations, cookie-baking, and struggling to put up the Christmas tree. This is not a mandatory to-do list, but rather a few ideas to remind … [Read more...]

Alternative Christmas Message

Cleverly done!!! T'was one month before Christmas When all through our land, Not a Christian was praying Nor taking a stand. Why the PC Police had taken away The reason for Christmas - no one could say. The children were told by their schools not to sing About Shepherds and Wise Men and Angels and things. It might hurt people's feelings, the teachers would say December 25th is just a 'Holiday'. Yet the shoppers were ready with cash, checks and credit Pushing folks down … [Read more...]

Happy Easter to all Celebrating April 20!

Easter 2014 is now on its way and all Christians are getting set to celebrate their one of the biggest festival of the year. Easter is going to be celebrated on 20th April 2014 and its not not more far. As we said that Easter is one of the biggest festival so why not start it by sharing our happiness in the form of greetings with other people and to make your work easy we are here with some good Easter Greetings 2014 which you can you use to wish your family members, friends and other … [Read more...]

THE CROSS – TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK

“If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them.” Luke 6:29 THE CROSS – TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK An Open Doors colleague shares the following incident from an SSTS seminar in Indonesia. I remember standing in front of nearly 800 pastors on the island of Timor facing a serious dilemma. Most of the pastors were victims of attacks by Muslims on the island of Ambon. They had lost homes, churches and even … [Read more...]

Good Friday, celebrated by Christians around the globe!

Good Friday is a religious holiday observed primarily by Christians commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. The holiday is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Tridum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday, and may coincide with the Jewish observance of Passover. It is also known as Holy Friday, Great Friday, Black Friday, or Easter Friday, though the latter properly refers to the Friday in Easter week. Good Friday is the Friday before Easter, which … [Read more...]

The Liberating Truth: How Jesus Empowers Women – Jesus, the Feminist

Throughout his ministry, Jesus promoted the dignity and equality of women. He affirmed, honored and encouraged them in their faith, gave them dignity, equality and value, and talked about them to men as positive examples of faith. Jesus vigorously promoted the 'dignity and equality of women' in the midst of a male-dominated society. This is an amazing thing. Considering most, if not all of the rabbis, plus the Pharisees, the Romans, the laws and the customs, were united in their … [Read more...]

Jesus’s Transfiguration Date: August 19

Jesus’s Transfiguration   August 19 Jesus’s Transfiguration is observed by members of Orthodox Christianity.   Jesus’s Transfiguration is the event in which the Jesus was transfigured upon a mountain. It was on 19th of August that this mournful even took place and the world was astonished to see the transfiguration of the Jesus. Jesus became glowing and spoke to Moses and Elijah (very important figure of the Judaism) and was called Son by God. Those, who show this incident, … [Read more...]

Ramadan Prayer Guide‏ – FREE

Dear Friend of the Persecuted , Imagine yourself as a Christian living in an Islamic country during Ramadan Before the sun rises you hear the call to prayer. As you prepare your morning breakfast you realize that you must eat a bit extra; sunset will come late this year and the day will be long and hot. As a Christian you do not need to fast during daylight hours, but if you choose to eat and drink you may be yelled at, spat at, or harassed by your Muslim neighbors. You sigh deeply as you … [Read more...]

Shirlee HALL – Spiritual Healer, Poet, Author/Classes & Meditations UP-DATE

THE GOOD SHEPHERD It is becoming increasingly obvious to the most casual observer that many Christians have forgotten what the title "Christ" means. We were blessed two thousand years ago with a living soul, who demonstrated in the flesh what it can actually be like to live as a son of God. The majority of people, whether in the past or present when confronted with a genuine being, either resist or simply do not recognize authenticity. Who is to blame for this long suffering situation that … [Read more...]

Advent Season is Celebrated by Christians Around the Globe!

Advent Celebrated by Christians Around the Globe November 29 - December 24 Advent Sunday is a religious observance for Christians around the world. Advent Sunday is the fourth Sunday before Christmas and is the first day of the liturgical year for Western Christian Churches. It is the start of the season of Advent that will end on Christmas and is the time of preparation for the birth of Jesus and his presence among us. Advent comes from the Latin word adventus (arrival). … [Read more...]

Women of Worth Conference – September 15-17

DR. ROSA HERMAN presents ... "Now these are the gifts Christ gave to the church: the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, and the pastors and teachers."Eph. 4:11 NLT Dr. E.B. & Rosa Herman are pastors and founders of Harvest Family Church. HFC is a non denominational, multi-cultural ministry located in Fayetteville, North Carolina.Dr E.B. & Rosa Herman have a mandate from God to teach the Word of God with simplicity, compassion, and understanding. … [Read more...]

Wedding Dresses … a walk in history.

A Wedding walk in the Past, guiding the Future ... White has long been accepted as the traditional color of the wedding dress, but wedding gowns were not always white. The marriage of Queen Victoria to her cousin Albert of Saxe- Coburg in 1840 has had more influence on weddings than any other. Queen Victoria put the wheels in motion by marrying in white. Though brides continued to wed in gowns of different colors, white was now set as the color of choice for weddings and has continued … [Read more...]

St. Joan of Arc – POPE Benedict XVI Acknowledges (Praises)

ST. JOAN OF ARC     Pope Remembers Saint Joan of Arc   After seeing little to no coverage of Saint Joan of Arc’s birthday earlier this month I was pleasantly surprised to see a great many news reports today about some remarks Pope Benedict XVI made earlier today in Rome praising Joan for being an example to follow for those in public service.   Below is the substance of the Pope’s remarks about Joan:    "Dear Brothers and Sisters,   Thank you Pope Benedict XVI for helping the world to … [Read more...]

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