With all the guests you’re expecting for Easter, you want to put your best foot forward—including in every detail of your Easter church service. Between church announcements, worship backgrounds, and sermon slides . . . that could take hours. (more…)
These deals are so good, they won’t stay around long! Add new favorites to your library before the bargains disappear. [Read more…]
Today through March 19, voting is open for the Share Your Song Songwriting Contest sponsored by Faithlife Proclaim and The Worship Initiative.
It’s women’s history month—and Sunday, March 8, was International Women’s Day. To celebrate, we’re highlighting 11 Christian women in Church history who served God in both extraordinary and ordinary ways. [Read more…]
It’s easy to take Sundays for granted. For most of us, it’s church day. (I see you, Saturday night churchgoers.) But sometimes church day gets disrupted.
With the spread of the coronavirus (plus the flu and colds) in the United States as well as devastating tornadoes in Tennessee, many of us are left to wonder: How can we still do church if we can’t go to church?[Read more…]
The world can be a scary place. From wars to epidemics to natural disasters, we often have good reasons to be afraid. But Scripture reminds us that we have even better reasons to trust God. These 14 Bible verses about fear help us remember that God is with us, no matter what. [Read more…]
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Asking the Right Questions: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Applying the Bible is free this month!
Practical and readable, it gives Christians a simple, question-based method for how to study the Bible. After asking these questions, new and experienced believers alike can come away from their time in Scripture with greater understanding and application. [Read more…]
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Because black Church history is family history, it’s important for us to continue learning from our African American brothers and sisters all year long. Since Black History Month is coming to an end, we’re highlighting five books to help you continue exploring our shared history and faith from a uniquely African-American perspective. [Read more…]