Children and Good Friday: Making the Cross Real to Your Kids – FaithGateway

Children and Good Friday: Making the Cross Real to Your Kids – FaithGateway.

Good article on explaining the events of Good Friday to children.

I know I saw a parent helping his young child pound a nail into the cross in the front of our church tonight – very touching.

We need to know and realize that though our children are so sweet and innocent they are born into sin just like us.  Which is another reason why baptism is so important.  Read this article to see why baptism is necessary.  Baptism is not just sprinkling water , but through water and the Word, the Holy Spirit enters our hearts.  It’s not something we can see, but we must believe it to be so.

Time of Grace – Blog – Post

I didn’t go because I felt like an outsider

via Time of Grace – Blog – Post.

A good article.

At our church we try to make guests feel welcome by standing up and greeting each other.  We’re encourage to get out of our pew and to shake each other’s hands, etc.

It Is Finished! – FaithGateway

It Is Finished! – FaithGateway.

And Then You Laugh | Our Daily Bread

And Then You Laugh | Our Daily Bread.

Good Friday – The Upper Room

Good Friday – The Upper Room.

We have pain now, but when we pass on to eternity we will have joy.

Time of Grace – Blog – Post

Death is dead wrong

via Time of Grace – Blog – Post.

Death and the Devil lost.  Jesus won!

Devotion – April 3, 2015 | Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod

the sting of death

via Devotion – April 3, 2015 | Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.

We don’t need to fear death anymore.

Yes, when loved ones die before us, we miss them, we feel an emptiness in our lives because we can’t see them, touch them, talk with them.

But… if they were in Christ and we also abide with Christ we will be reunited in Heaven when we graduate from this life to eternity.

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast : Who Is God? – Part 15

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast : Who Is God? – Part 15.

Another good message from Joyce Meyer.

Like she says, going to church doesn’t make you a Christian.  But accepting Christ into your heart, believing and trusting in Him…. That makes you a Christian.