Not really. It is believed that Halloween came from an ancient Pagan festival called “Samhain.” Paganism is a type of religion that worships nature. However, the Bible says we should worship God, the Creator, and not the things He created. Learn more about this Pagan holiday by watching this short animated video for kids.
This is a great question sent into us by a young listener. Watch this short, animated video for the answers!
“To praise” means to express warm admiration. It’s always appropriate to praise our Heavenly Father! There are many ways to show Him our appreciation for everything He does for us. Singing hymns is also a wonderful way to praise and honor God. Hymns are like prayers set to music. We can praise God by studying the Bible and learning more about Him and His son, Jesus...
What is glorifying God supposed to be? Do our praise and worship sufficiently satisfy the "glorifying God equation" in our daily lives? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
In many instances church has become a place of neighborly activity, social acceptance, goodness, activities entertainment and fun. Church is now a nice place to go to feel good about myself. So, are these changes unhealthy or bad? What’s wrong with feeling good about myself? What makes a church a really good church?
Ours is a society of diversity and we as a society have made it that way. There is a great value in diversity for it helps us to focus on, accept and appreciate the contributions given by those who may not be like us. This is good. The problem lies in how our diverse society promotes itself at the expense of some – perhaps at the expense of many who believe there is a God and He is our Creator. Our diverse culture does not like this, and it is here where that which promotes diversity engages in perversity. What does this have to do with paganism? Stay with us!
The Sabbath day was put in place by God in a very unusual way – He demonstrated it. He proclaimed it as a way for his children to stop – to stop their lives for a day and be able to look up, look around, appreciate, gain perspective and then once again move forward. In the Ten Commandments, the Sabbath is clearly on Saturday. Why then do most Christians not observe it that way? Has Christianity changed the rules God himself put in place? Stay with us as we look into rest, the Sabbath, the Bible and the role we are called upon to play.