To those familiar with the Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces A Myth Retold may come as a pleasant or even shocking surprise. This novel written for adults explores the dark side of love and fidelity.
What is in the Book of Joel, who wrote it, when it was written and an explanation of the figurative language and literary devices used to portray its message.
Thomas a Kempis was a late medieval monk that underwent a monastic life. He focused on human unworthiness, self denial and mortification of the flesh, and the meaning of disciple of Christ. His meditation on spiritual life and zeal to imitate Christ in this work will open our eyes and nourish our...
Here is an overview of Lee Strobel's excellent scientific study entitled: The Case For Faith!
Amidst all the trimmings, gifts, and ornaments that make Christmas a “jolly” time of year let us not forget the joy, the real reason for the season.
A Prose piece, expressing the Spirit of Christmas and not the modern consumerism; not the religious dogma to which it is attached.
Though a work of fiction, this story shares the real meaning of Christmas. Except for the name of Jesus, all other names are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons is purely coincidental.
The Franks were the most powerful of the Germanic tribes. During the reign of Clovis I, the Franks were able to establish the Frankish Kingdom and turn from Germanic paganism to Christianity.
Paula White's book You're ALL THAT is positive, inspirational, therapeutic, and purposeful. Allow your yourself to have self-confidence again, this book review will remind you that "You're ALL THAT."
On a camping trip, a group of youngsters surprisingly learn of God from a mountain view! "How long will it take to climb this majestic mountain, Mary? Who knows how to connect with Jesus anyhow?"