During the Christmas rush, our homes are far from silent, calm, still, or peaceful. The holiday momentum builds the day after Thanksgiving; the house is noisy, busy, hustling, bustling, and brimming over with activity and stress to the point of near exhaustion.
There is a solution! We can intentionally cut the Christmas chaos this year. The five steps to doing so spell the word PEACE....
Between navigating stores, searching for items online, inevitable delays and last-minute requests, shopping for the holidays can make the most wonderful time of the year one of the most stressful times as well.
Reduce that stress and avoid overspending on gifts with these money-saving tips!
When it comes to the joy and the stress of the holidays, how do you and your spouse approach it? As a united team? Or do tinsel, gift giving, and extended family get-togethers turn you against each other?
If you and your spouse are struggling to face the holidays together, here are 5 ways you can navigate the season hand-in-hand rather than back-to-back.
Many people relish the Holiday Family Gatherings--but, alas, for many, attending a HFG is like going to the dentist! Does thinking about an upcoming family gathering make you want to hide beneath a lead blanket and start spitting? Good ---because times of emotional stress are the times to heed Jesus.
For many Christian artists, Thanksgiving holidays are extra special. For some, it may be the only season they truly get to relax! We caught up with some of your favorite artists to hear first-hand what Thanksgiving season means to them. From CCM Magazine!
You’re single. The novelty of a bachelor/bachelorette lifestyle wore off long ago, and you’re ready to meet someone and settle down. Here are some ways to help you determine if you're ready for a relationship....
Approach holiday eating from a faith-based intuitive eating perspective, then a season of true abundance and gratitude opens up. Here are three key points we can keep in mind so we don’t let food overwhelm our focus this Thanksgiving...
In a time where the divorce rate has risen to around 50%, the culture believes it has marriage all figured out. But in order for marriage to work as it was intended, we have to go back to the source, the blueprint, and the original intent for marriage - in order to cherish it and save it.
It’s a simple fact: most young Christians will walk away from the Church during (or before) their college years. Like other Christian parents, I’m animated to work as hard as I can to address this dilemma, for my own kids and for the next generation of believers.
While I certainly haven’t completely figured out how to navigate the time period from November to early January, there are a few things I’ve learned as a single adult that make the season more enjoyable. It’s certainly not a definitive list—mainly because everyone’s situation is different—but it’s a good place to start.