Christmas is full of joy and excitement, but sometimes it can be full of disappointment. Author Emerson Eggerichs says these low points have a purpose.
We all get busier as Christmas approaches. While running the food freedom movement, Trim Healthy Mama, Serene and Pearl raise an important question.
It’s great to have your own goals and achievements, but we can’t do it alone. Michael W. Smith and Olympic Skater Scott Hamilton realized they needed each other after teaming up for a unique show.
All the pictures we see are of happy families, perfect gifts and people eating cookies without gaining any weight! Author Dianne Dokko Kim knows this isn’t always how it goes. Her son is autistic and she’s learning to embrace the new story.
Joy can take many forms. Around Christmas, that can be carolers, cinnamon rolls or family reunions. Michael W. Smith shares what Christmas is like at his house!
We do a lot to make Christmas memorable and that makes it meaningful. One year, author Ann Voskamp and her family decided to do Christmas a little differently.
Small things sometimes turn out to be big things! Scott Hamilton enjoyed many successes in his career, but one Christmas, as a child, he was hospitalized.
There’s really no such thing as a coincidence. We just don’t always realize it at the time. Life coach and pastor Tim Storey has proof.
In the middle of the hustle and bustle, it’s often the simplest moments that we remember. Though Lauren Daigle is becoming one of the biggest names in music, for her, Christmas will always be about family.
Maybe your family enjoys setting out nativity scenes in your home. Author Max Lucado says while they are nice decorations, the story behind them is life-changing.