Easter is coming early this year (March 31) for the western church. So March is full of references to Lent, Mardi Gras, and most importantly, the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Obviously Easter is the most sacred holiday in the Christian calendar, but there is another story that is celebrated in March that deserves attention: Saint Patrick’s Day...
February is probably most well-known for Valentine’s Day. I enjoy celebrating the day with my wife by bringing her flowers, candy, or cards decorated with red hearts. After all, romance is what Valentine's Day is all about, right?
Happy New Year! We are excited about all that 2013 holds. This is a time of awakening! I encourage you to listen to what God is saying in this season. Allow your spirit to be awakened to the things God is doing and releasing in this time.
Christmas is the time when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. However, Christmas has also become a worldwide event celebrating Christian values like family, giving, peace, and joy but mostly without including Jesus.