"The Sun of Galilee" is a Christian poem submitted by an About.com member. Jesus is known as the man from Galilee, and he shines brightly to enlighten, calm, fill, and embrace a humble, receptive heart.
"The Next Step" is a Christian poem submitted by an About.com member. We may plan everything in our lives, but those plans will always change. So, it's best to trust God to guide our future, as this poem makes plain.
This calendar of Orthodox Easter dates provides the dates of Easter from the Orthodox Ecclesiastical Calendar
Answer the question - What is Good Friday and what do Christians celebrate on Good Friday?
Maundy Thursday is observed during Holy Week on the Thursday before Easter. Also referred to as "Holy Thursday" or "Great Thursday" in some Christian denominations, Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper when Jesus shared the Passover meal with his disciples on the night before he was crucified.
Palm Sunday is the start of Holy Week for Christ followers. On Palm Sunday Christians mark the occasion of Jesus Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, before his death by crucifixion and resurrection. Learn what Christians celebrate on Palm Sunday.
Learn why the date of Easter changes every year, so that Easter Sunday can fall anywhere between March 22 and April 25. Also discover why Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate Easter on a different day than Western churches.
Easter is typically the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches. Learn what Christians celebrate on Easter.
Answer the question - What is Ash Wednesday and what do Christians celebrate on Ash Wednesday?
Be prepared for "Seasons of Faith" with this Christian holiday calendar providing the dates for each of the major holidays typically celebrated by Christians. The holiday's link will lead you to helpful resources for each of the Christian holidays represented.
"Crossroads" is a Christian poem submitted by an About.com member. All people must make a choice between God's path, the narrow way, and the way of the world, and this beautiful poem describes the two options well.
Choose from one of these samples of the Pronouncement for your Christian wedding ceremony.
Orthodox Easter consists of a series of celebrations commemorating the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ. The Easter season is the most significant and sacred time of the Orthodox Church calendar. Learn all about the customs, traditions and foods of Orthodox Easter.
"Lord, Your Voice" is an original Christian poem submitted by an About.com member. It describes the many ways we hear the voice of the Lord in our daily lives and even in the sounds of creation.
There are many misconceptions among Christians about Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. These are just a few of the doctrines about Mary that have no biblical foundation.
The Epistles are letters written to the fledgling churches and individual believers in the earliest days of Christianity. The Apostle Paul wrote the first 13 of the Epistles, each addressing a specific situation or problem.
"Oh Tortured Soul" is a Christian poem submitted by an About.com member. This poem urges us to find healing for the soul in God's waiting arms.
Cultural relativism, an idea popular with anthropologists, poses a threat to Christianity. Relativists may believe missionaries have no business trying to convert native peoples. See how cultural relativism is leading to "anything goes" societies.
Overused Christian phrases, empty clichés and "Christianese" might be saying more about us than we realize. With some fun at our own expense, we'll explore many of the common clichés Christians say.
The Ark of the Covenant was built by God's command to hold the Ten Commandments. In the Old Testament, the Ark figured prominently in Israel's history. Learn why the Ark of the Covenant was an early symbol for Jesus Christ.
Manna, a miraculous bread from heaven, saved the Israelites from starvation. This strange substance sustained the Jews for 40 years during their desert wanderings. See why attempts to explain away this miracle have failed.
Moral integrity speaks of honesty, sincerity, strength of character, and the ability to remain consistent under stress or pressure. According to Titus 2:7-8, a prerequisite of Christian leadership is integrity. These Bible verses about integrity provide a sampling of significant Scriptures dealing with the topic of moral uprightness.
These prayer activities and games are designed to help you teach children to pray in a way that's fun and makes sense to them. These techniques can be taught at home or in Sunday School setting.
The Battle of Armageddon, predicted by the Apostle John in the book of Revelation, will pit Jesus Christ against the forces of evil. Despite rallying the kings of the earth behind him, the Antichrist does not stand a chance. See how the Battle of Armageddon will be the final victory for Jesus and his followers.
What is a parable? A parable is a story with a deeper meaning. Jesus Christ used parables as a tool to teach about righteousness and the kingdom of God. These simple stories had an underlying moral lesson that was grasped by those who paid attention. Learn why Jesus used parables to hide the truth from his enemies.