Praying is a very special privilege. When we speak to the Creator of the universe, we should show deep respect. Many Christians pray before meals, when they wake in the morning or before bedtime. However, we can pray anywhere at any time. Even if you pray silently in your mind, God can still hear you! Have your kids watch this short video to learn more about how to pray.
Does repentance mean we carry the results of our sins with us every day as a reminder of the destructiveness of what we did? Does it mean we say we are sorry and then move on? Does being repentant, especially for big sins, have to be renewed like a subscription?
We should forgive others because we want to follow Jesus’ advice and the examples of the Bible. It’s also good for our health and well-being to release those bad feelings we have towards others. This short animated video for kids explains more.
In our recent podcast we focused on twelve qualities of Christian mothers. These reality based mothering attributes are also founded in scriptural principle and can equip anyone, mother or not to be a sound nurturer. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Jesus spoke in parables, and often the greater lesson in these can be difficult to understand. What lessons are there in this story from Luke 15:11-32? Watch this short video to get you started with your own study.
Proverbs 6:17 says God HATES lying, so this sin is pretty serious! We’re trying to copy JESUS, and he is our standard for everything. Jesus NEVER lied, so to be like him, we must try to do the same. The Bible shows us lots of examples of when lying brought trouble, hardship, and heartache. What examples exist of lying? What should we do if we DO lie? Watch this short video to find out the answers to these questions, and be sure to check our podcast episode #937, "Should We Ever Lie?" for more examples and Scriptures!
In today's digital world, there are "internet trolls" that can insult, hurt and make fun of us anonymously. And the real world is hard enough! Is the teaching of Jesus to "turn the other cheek" still as relevant and powerful as it was centuries ago?