If you believe in Jesus' resurrection, you should keep going in that direction the following Monday.
Are we willing to run toward it?
Regardless of holiday traditions, the reason is the same for everybody who calls Jesus their Savior.
President Ronald Reagan said, "The story needs to be told and retold because none of us can ever hear too much about building peace and reconciliation."
There was a German law forbidding German citizens from harboring enemy soldiers. But God.
A celebration was on hand, a time of joy, remembrance and thankfulness.
Jesus used vivid, prophetic and symbolic language to describe His promised future return.
It seems "timeless Christmas traditions" are being swept aside.
"At Christmas, we give thanks to God, that God sent His only Son to die for us and to offer everlasting peace to all humanity."
Think about that during this Advent season.
If we stop and take a grownup's look at the Christmas story, we find so much more than meets the eye.
Rededication is a common theme.
The survival road has been long and arduous, but God has our back.
If you do and you let your light shine to the world, you'll be surprised who will show up.
There are four common symbols among Christian Protestants.
We must get rid of our junk food.
The real secret to American's favorite holiday is no secret at all.
For many of us, 2020 will be our "Red Sea" moment.
Remember, God has not relinquished one iota of His power, and it is He who still sits on heaven's glorious throne.
Certainly, it's for both.