Christmas is about Jesus, and it begins with giving. God’s plan was one that gave hope as He gave His son. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Contradictions (Part IV): Why So Many Contradictions Surrounding Jesus’ Resurrection?
The four Gospels report several details of Jesus’ resurrection differently, but we believe inconsistencies actually lend to credibility. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We know about Jesus’ birth, and we have lots of information about his ministry. We don’t know a lot about Jesus’ childhood, but Luke records one interesting story when Jesus was 12 years old. Have your kids watch this short animated video to learn more about Jesus' as a child.
The story begins with a young Jewish woman named Mary, who was engaged to a man named Joseph. The angel Gabriel visited Mary, and told her she would have a son named Jesus. God used his power - his Holy Spirit - to cause Mary to have a baby by a miracle. Watch this charming animated video for the rest of the story!
Mary and Martha were sisters and friends of Jesus. They show up in the Bible three times, but you won't believe how deep the lessons go! Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
It is the Christmas season. It is a time for happiness, giving, receiving and appreciating. There was a time not so very long ago when the main focus of the Christmas season was the birth of Jesus as the world’s Savior. We are past that now, thanks to our political correctness, and Jesus is very much an afterthought of the holidays. Well, here today Jesus is NOT an afterthought. He is NOT a divisive figure who offends people by his mere existence. No, here today Jesus is recognized as the Savior of humanity, the centerpiece of God’s plan and the King of Kings. As we honor the birth and life of Jesus today, we will do so by highlighting some personal conversations he had with various people he encountered throughout his three-and-a-half year ministry. In so doing, we will tell a story that is rarely told. Merry Christmas!