In the second half of the Advent season, we celebrate the events leading up to the first Christmas and rejoice, knowing that God keeps His promises.
You may be familiar with advent calendars or wreaths as a way to get ready to celebrate Christmas, but Advent isn’t just about looking back at the birth of Jesus. This season reminds us that we are in the “last days” and helps us look forward to Jesus’ second coming just as Israel looked forward to His first.
Did you know that being grateful can make you healthier physically, mentally, and in your relationships? Check out this week’s blog post for more, and comment with what you’re thanking God for this season!
It is possible to talk about politics without contention and retain respect for each other even when we disagree. We may not change each other’s minds, but as the church, we can set an example and practice this type of healthy discussion for the rest of the world.
What should we do when we’re afraid? Not with the fun, haunted-house kind of fear, but real terror? Check out the blog for some helpful verses.
What is fellowship? Do believers have to agree on everything, or is there room for more than one kind of person?