Its mere presence offends the rest of the Thanksgiving spread.
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Gratitude is a huge deal in God's eyes.
Although contrary to human nature, thanksgiving is to be the song of believers. And the true test of whether it is more of a duty or obligation than a lifestyle is evidenced in the hard times.
This 228-year-old counsel still rings true today.
We will always be misfits on this earth. Here's why.
The truth of Ephesians 6:12 has never been so apparent.
Here's how to pray for those struggling with PTSD this Veterans Day.
As a church outreach event, it was a home run. But it was more. Pastor Dan Carroll said it was an answer to prayer.
It is the one day of the year that is a reminder of a very real devil and his kingdom of darkness and destruction. But ...
"It concerns me and saddens me that the vast majority of Western churches will do far more to celebrate Halloween, a Satanic holiday rooted in witchcraft, than celebrate the 500th year anniversary one of the greatest moves of God in human history ..."
Some of what happens on Halloween is harmless fun, but anyone with any spiritual discernment cannot deny that there is a sinister side.
Halloween is often as heated a topic among Christians as politics. Where do you stand?
It illustrates how the Pagans tried to appropriate the stars into their religions.
The Bright Morning Star is ready to shine.
It's the time of year where we begin to ask: Should Christians celebrate Halloween?
"As devil worshippers, Halloween was very special to us, and we looked forward to celebrating it because we knew the implications and the dark power behind the night."
We are charged by Jesus Christ to bring the kingdom of heaven to the U.S. and the world.
The first president of the United States, George Washington, gave a sobering warning in his farewell address on Sept. 19, 1796.
This Memorial Day, let's remember those who have died fighting for God and country.
Perhaps it is time we evangelical, Pentecostal and charismatic believers recover this most important and significant Christian holiday in the life of the early church.