“Happy New Year!” These words, or their equivalents, were first heard in ancient Babylon four thousand years ago. Today, New Year’s Day is the most universal of all holidays, transcending religions and cultures everywhere.
It used to be a given that Christian families would pray, read the Bible, and spend time together every morning. However, as families have gotten busier, that daily time has shrunken and is non-existent in many homes.
At the beginning of a new year, many people have their minds on the past and their eyes on the future. We are looking back over the past twelve months to see what went right and what went wrong, and we are thinking about the […]
I never thought I would become a Christian. I wasn’t raised in church. I grew up believing science had all the answers, that religion was merely lingering superstition from a more primitive time. Adam and Eve, Noah’s ark, Jonah living in the belly of […]