It's easy to thank God for the blessings, but thanking Him for the thorns, not so much. Author Mary Mohler gives listeners ten practical examples of how we can thank God in the midst of our pain.
Mary Mohler takes a biblical look at griping, complaining, and grumbling and identifies some gratitude robbers that may be stealing our joy.
Are you a grateful person? Author Mary Mohler reminds us gratefulness isn't an option for the Christian. We were all hopelessly lost, but God was rich in mercy and paid our sin-debt for us.
Barbara Rainey's favorite holiday is Thanksgiving Day. Find out how she impressed gratitude on her children growing up. She'll also give a glimpse into how how she's processing transitions in her own life.
John Stanley reminds us we all need to be generous with the three currencies we possess: relational currency, our strengths and talents, and our resources.
John Stanley believes many of us aren't more generous because we measure generosity by how much money we give away, rather than seeing ourselves as a funnel God can use to bless others.
Would others say you’re a grateful person?
Are you grateful in the hard times?
Thanksgiving is getting closer, but is your heart prepared?
Do you praise God even in the bad times?
Sometimes it takes a story to jar us to reality.
Are you modeling gratitude for your kids?
Do you know anyone who grumbles and complains?
Would you like your children to be more grateful?
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?