In Response to COVID-19, Minno launches Free Program Giving Churches and Families Easy-to-Use Digital Tools to Transfer the Church Experience to the Home, Including Help for Talking to Kids About Coronavirus
Lifey is an incredible app for more reasons I can write in this small blog post. Its potential could provide the world with an amazing and informational resource that everyone can benefit from. If I were you, I would exit this page, take out your phone and download this useful and fun little app.
No matter what situation in life we are in, Jesus Christ always accepts us with open arms. We can follow his example by loving those around us.
Wayne and Evelyn were about to discover a people who would forever change the trajectory of their family.
Yahosh learned about his ancestors’ strength from the African American spirituals composed by those who were enslaved. Those songs were passed down from generation to generation.
How do you deal with grief? How do you comfort those who are grieving? Grief can make us question everything—our existence, our identity, even our path in life. You may feel abandoned, alone, powerless, pointless, forgotten, condemned, unmoored, or even nothing at all. How do you ignite hope when you’re in the midst of grief?
Jesus once gave a sermon on the Mount of Olives, famously called the Sermon on the Mount. It’s where he revealed a higher law of love and taught the Beatitudes: A spiritual character we can aspire to even today.
What can your DNA say about your health, habits, and predispositions? Jenny and I enjoyed learning about our ancestors and family history and who we are because of them.
Behaviors are the results of feelings. And feelings are the result of thoughts. Thoughts can be manipulated in negative ways when Satan uses trauma, shame, and self doubt to alter our thoughts which then alter our behaviors. WATCH THIS VIDEO FOR MORE!
What unseen force causes migrating species to return home? How do we know where to go in life? We have a guiding force, the light of Christ, that motivates us to seek our heavenly home.