The Book of Esther takes place in the Persian empire (Modern day Iran). The children of Israel had been taken captive by the Babylonians who were eventually defeated by the Medo Persians, for 70 years because of their sin and idolatry.
A closer look at the nativity story and the meaning behind the gifts from the wise men.
This article will investigate the concepts of Christmas. Under the gloss and glow of this celebration is a deception that is steeped in the traditions of man.
This is a story about a little baby spider who saved Jesus' life. King Herod was very much afraid of the baby Messiah. He had been visited by Wise Men and Kings from foreign lands. All traveled to pay tribute to the newborn baby who is destined...
On Holy Friday leading to Easter Sunday, devotees in the Philippines will crucify & do self-flagellation to fulfil vows. Discouraged by the Church, these Easter Traditions in the Philippines continues
The celebration of Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday is a celebration of love and a challenge to all of us to show love in the world, especially to the lonely, the outcast, the depressed, to those who are troubled in any way.
The road to Bethlehem was long and would have been a difficult way to travel as an expectant mother. As we consider Mary and Joseph's trip to Bethlehem, we'll prepare to celebrate!
A little late in presenting as the season has passed but useful nonetheless in understanding Old Testament imagery of New Testament concepts.Main focus on this instruments visual of the call to repent
Shabbat, as you probably have already surmised, is the Hebrew word for what most Christians commonly know as the Sabbath. The practice began with God's command to the children of Israel when they were in the wilderness after being delivered from their bondage of slavery in Egypt. It is at this...
The Christmas story found in the Holy Bible (Luke 2) is cherished by all Christians. The birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ is the most important event in history, next to the day of His resurrection. While multitudes around the world celebrate “Christmas”, whether they focus on Saint...