Are you looking for opportunities to share your faith this year across the Thanksgiving table? There are countless ways you can prepare to engage in sharing the gospel with non-Christians at the dinner table, taking a tactful and inspirational approach to discussing your beliefs in God, the Bible and Scripture with those near and dear to you.
Chances are you or someone you know has recently taken interest in “mindfulness” and meditation. As a Christian, you may be wondering if these practices have merit, and if so, how you can implement them in your life. Digital apps that provide guided meditation are gaining traction due to their ease of use and availability. “Abide” is one such app, providing Christian meditation guidance based on the Bible. Before you download the popular app, here’s what you should know about Christian meditation and “Abide.”
The holiday season is when most people ponder all the things they’re thankful for, but it is especially important for Christians to cultivate an attitude of gratitude and thankfulness throughout the year. The Bible encourages believers to thank the Lord regardless of life circumstances, with gratitude serving as a central theme in the human experience.
When was the last time you laughed so hard you cried? Herman Melville said, “A good laugh is a mighty good thing, a rather too scarce a good thing.” There isn’t a single person who would say they don’t want to laugh more. In a culture where the price of a laugh is often inappropriate language or content, Christian comedians are on a mission to show that comedy can be safe, fun and enjoyable for the whole family.