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!
No matter how hard we try, families become so focused on dinners, tree decorating, card sending, and gift giving during the Christmas season! But keeping our minds and hearts focused on Christ during this season is the whole foundation to the season.
What if we made prayer the focus instead of all the Christmas items on our lists? Here are 3 prayers to bring your heart closer to Christ.
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.
Black Friday is that infamous time of year when we forget everything we learned the day before about gratitude, and go stark raving mad for things. Most people know what to expect at a Black Friday sale, some might even enjoy the chaos. However, for those looking to avoid the usual frenzy, here are ten things to do on Black Friday besides shop.
Before you unwrap the candy cane or sip on that peppermint mocha, you might want to first consider the palette. Behold, the Christmas album from Lauren Daigle, brings influences from New Orleans' Bourbon Street to bring a Christmas album that, in many respects, is totally unconventional. What does Lauren say about the album?
Seasonal depression can create major internal struggles, including feelings of isolation, rejection, and abandonment. If you experience seasonal depression, here are some practical tips to help and encourage you...
The holiday season’s air is thick with New Year's resolutions; well intended, but far more likely to fail than succeed. So let’s re-frame those good intentions and agree that any time of year is a great time to make changes that improve your health and life.
For you, is Christmas about feelings of expectation and euphoria, followed by feelings of disappointment and despair right afterward? Or is there something more to be gained from the passing of Christmas Day?