“Let All Past Troubles be Forgot”: Sing Along and Share this Christian New Years Song Written by Daniel Whyte III with Daniella Whyte

“Let All Past Troubles Be Forgot” by Daniel Whyte III and Daniella Whyte is perfect for singing at church watch night services and Christian New Year’s Eve house parties. Churches, pastors, church choir directors, praise and worship leaders, and Christians everywhere are encouraged to take this video and play and sing it in their respective gatherings for the glory of God. Read the rest of this entry

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“Let All Past Troubles be Forgot”: Sing Along and Share this Christian New Years Song Written by Daniel Whyte III with Daniella Whyte

“Let All Past Troubles Be Forgot” by Daniel Whyte III and Daniella Whyte is perfect for singing at church watch night services and Christian New Year’s Eve house parties. Churches, pastors, church choir directors, praise and worship leaders, and Christians everywhere are encouraged to take this video and play and sing it in their respective gatherings for the glory of God. Read the rest of this entry

No New Year Without a New You (2015)

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2 Corinthians 5:17 says, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”

Every time a new year rolls around, folks begin to think about things they can change in their lives. Some people say that they are going to lose weight and start eating healthy. Others say that they are going to go back to college or get out of debt. Some say that they are going to write a book or start their own business. And others commit to getting organized or spending more time with family and friends.

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The Greatest Gift You Can Give this Christmas…

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During this time of year, the thoughts of many people turn toward the matter of gift-giving and receiving. Collectively, we spend a good deal of money and time going from store to store to get the “perfect” gift for people we love or people we simply want to impress.

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“With Talent On Loan from God…” — A Thanksgiving Celebration (Worldwide Evangelistic Outreach)

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On this Thanksgiving, I thank God for the talents and gifts that He has bestowed upon my family and me and that is no doubt the reason why I love to see people do what they are truly talented and gifted by God to do. It is a blessing to see singers, musicians, actors, actresses, athletes in all sports, writers, speakers, business people, doctors, cooks, auto mechanics, lawyers, and leaders of all types seemingly without effort and almost flawlessly doing what they were given by God the talents and the gifts to do. Read the rest of this entry

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Life Beyond the Brady Bunch

Cultivating Hope in Your Blended Family, by Debbie Alsdorf

It was a regular weekday morning. I’d just finished running the carpool and was mentally going over my holiday to-do list. Suddenly, my thoughts became negative. We aren’t all going to be together for the holidays—what kind of family is that? Who are we, anyway? In a newly blended family, even something as simple as sending Christmas cards can become a complicated issue. How should we print our names on the card? We aren’t just “The Alsdorf Family,” because my sons have different last names. And if we all have different last names, doesn’t that prove we aren’t a real family? The truth was, we didn’t feel like a “real” family yet—not in name, not in tradition, and not even in photographs. What were we thinking, trying to cram a picture-perfect life into a broken frame?

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The Proper Care and Feeding of Ogres

Is One Living in Your House?, by Joanne Kraft

Once upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away, there lived a lovely young damsel. As all great stories go, this fair maiden met her prince charming, and they were soon wed. It wasn’t long before they were blessed with the most beautiful child in all the land.

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Why Did Jesus Die for Man’s Sins?

When Adam and Eve sinned in the garden, God gave them skins to cover up with (Genesis 3:21). To get those skins, some animal had to die. In other words, God sacrificed an animal to cover their sin. From the beginning, God has declared the payment for sin is death, and so blood must be shed to cover sin:

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