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10 Bible Verses to Read to Dad This Father’s Day

Looking for the perfect gift for your father, grandfather, or uncle? This Fathers Day, give him the gift of the lord with scripture verses decoded to the modern day dad.
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
The Heartbreaking Story Behind Palm Sunday

The Heartbreaking Story Behind Palm Sunday

When is Palm Sunday 2019? It’s always the Sunday before Easter, and this year Easter is on April 21. So, on April 14, Christian churches everywhere will feature palm branches in remembrance of Jesus entering Jerusalem amidst cries of “Hosanna!” Palm Sunday is also recognition of Passion Week, the last week before Jesus died on the cross and was raised to life three days later. Below, learn where to find the Bible passages about Palm Sunday, the significance of palm branches, and the devastating truth in the midst of an otherwise triumphant moment in history.
What Do Jesus and Charlie the Tuna have in Common?

What Do Jesus and Charlie the Tuna have in Common?

April 6 is National Sorry Charlie Day and a perfect opportunity to point out that rejection isn’t always a bad thing. The mascot of this national day is Charlie the Tuna, a cool fish who was repeatedly rejected by SunKist. As a result, he didn’t have to die right away to become canned tuna. Jesus was rejected and died on the cross, making it possible for us to never die! If The best possible proof that rejection isn't always bad is the fact that Jesus, the most amazing person who ever walked the earth, was rejected.
Your Brain, Neuroplasticity, and the Bible

Your Brain, Neuroplasticity, and the Bible

The human brain is currently a topic of global focus because International Brain Awareness Week is March 11-15. We can all benefit from information about improving brain health and decreasing the risk of developing dementia later in life. This annual brain awareness initiative, however, focuses more on fundraising for brain studies. A research topic that may be of particular interest to Christians is what God has to say in scriptures about neuroplasticity of the brain.
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.