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Tips for Celebrating Respect for Parents Day

Tips for Celebrating Respect for Parents Day

August 1 is Respect for Parents Day, a fitting celebration for all Christians. Just preceding Respect for Parents Day is National Parent’s Day celebrated the fourth Sunday of each July, which was adopted by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994. The sentiment of honoring parents started with God. He gave us only Ten Commandments as basic guidelines to live by, and one of them is about how to treat our parents. The following are some scriptures and tips on how to honor parents.
Share Your Faith on Independence Day

Share Your Faith on Independence Day

A desire for religious freedom led many people to leave England and sail for the American colonies, back in the era when our nation was born. It truly is a blessing to be able to openly share our faith. These days, you may suffer some persecution, but it’s nothing as serious as execution, which Christians today face in places across the globe. Since Jesus came to seek and save the lost (Luke 19:10), why not celebrate the 4th of July by sharing your faith?
Jesus Came to Serve and So Does the Waitstaff

Jesus Came to Serve and So Does the Waitstaff

May 21 is National Waitstaff Day, a day created to inspire people to show appreciation to servers, and it’s a great time to remember that Jesus came to serve. The type of service you get at a restaurant can make or break your experience even more than the taste of the food. Waitstaff really are special people, and the number one reason is that they do what Jesus came on earth to do—serve others. Christians can make a difference in the world by serving and appreciating those who se
Proof of God’s Truth: A Cheerful Heart has Healing Power

Proof of God’s Truth: A Cheerful Heart has Healing Power

God’s Word is unfailing Truth, and there’s plenty of proof to back scripture saying laughter brings healing. April 19 is the date of National Let’s Laugh Day, which is observed each year around the globe. It’s the perfect time to check out the scientific and medical evidence that God’s Word is indeed true when it comes to Proverbs 17:22a and others like it. Below are six health benefits of laughter--evidence that, indeed, “A cheerful heart brings good healing.” A list of ideas for triggering belly laughs is also below.
5 Things Any Christian Might Want to Give Up for Lent

5 Things Any Christian Might Want to Give Up for Lent

Lent is part of a Catholic practice that begins on Ash Wednesday every year, but some aspects of Lent are beneficial to everyone. We can be sure that rituals can be very good things because God prescribed a number of rituals for his people to practice. Partaking of communion is one example. Lent is a 40-day period, not counting Sundays, leading up to Easter. It begins on Ash Wednesday, and it is a period of repentance, fasting, and preparation for Easter. Learn more below, including suggestions for how to observe Lent.

 

4 Great Activities for Christian Fun in Winter Snow

4 Great Activities for Christian Fun in Winter Snow

Even the warmest areas of the country are getting a solid dose of winter in the next few days, thanks to an arctic blast. It’s a great opportunity to have winter fun, something many scriptures indicate God smiles upon. In Ecclesiastes 3:4, we find that there is a time to laugh and a time to dance. Having fun in snow seems to fit with having a glad heart (Proverbs 15:13). Below are some winter activities ideal for young and young-at-heart Christians.