Would you like your children to be more grateful?
Shepherds—that’s exactly who God told first, as He made His divine birth announcement of the glad tidings of the incarnation of Jesus Christ.
Why announce the birth of the Savior of the World to shepherds, of all people?
The red Christmas feather became a symbol of God's extravagant love and forgiveness when Tom placed a new red feather on the tree after his mother’s death.
Tom was tempted to retire the red Christmas feather when his father left his mother in 1981.
A red feather on the tree became a symbol of God's provision during Christmas 1946.
Today Barbara Rainey opens the Scriptures to John 3:16 and tells what this particular passage holds for us this Christmas season.
Join us as Barbara Rainey delves into God's Word and reveals what's really at the core of John 3:16.
Are rabbits and eggs distracting you from the true meaning of Easter?
Looking for ways to celebrate Christ this Christmas?
Christmas is certainly one of the most popular holidays here in the United States.
Could one of our popular carols have been written by an angel?
Ace Collins reveals the whole truth behind famous Christmas carols.
Ace Collins tells the surprising story behind the classic, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Ace Collins tells how Christians throughout the ages celebrated the birth of Christ.
Ace Collins contrasts the Christmas celebration we know today with the Christmases of years past.
What does God really want from us?
Thanksgiving is only one day a year, but what a great day for remembering all God has done!
The Raineys talk about some of the Rainey Thanksgiving traditions that set the day apart from all other holidays.
Americans began celebrating Thanksgiving over three centuries ago.
Who were the Pilgrims, and how did they get to America?
How do you cultivate a grateful heart?
Listen to a dramatic presentation based on the FamilyLife resource, "What God Wants for Christmas".
Mike Rich talks about making a movie based on the biblical account of Christ's birth in the Gospel of Luke.
Mike Rich about the making of the film, The Nativity Story.
Jack Cavanaugh and Ruth Tucker share their knowledge of the Puritans.
Jack Cavanaugh and Ruth Tucker shed some light on what life was really like at Plymouth Bay in the early 1600's.
Biblical historian and novelist, Paul Maier, examines the first resurrection.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey talk about the shepherds and wise men, key players in the birth of Christ.
Dennis and Barbara talk about how children might come to know Christ better through the telling of the Christmas story.
Dennis talks about Joseph, the father of Jesus.
Barbara Rainey shares some thoughts about Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey tell some little know facts about angels.
Eric Buehrer tells parents and teachers how they can celebrate Christmas at a public school without breaking any laws.
Josh McDowell compares theories that dispute the resurrection to evidence that supports it.
Josh McDowell tells the story of three persons who tried to refute the resurrection.
Lee Strobel, Saddleback Church teaching pastor, makes a case for Christ.