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But the angel answered and said to the women, "Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek Jesus who was crucified. He is not here; for He is risen, as He said.
Matthew 28:5, 6 (1st .) (NKJV)

Having Trouble Sleeping?

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If you ever have trouble sleeping, here are some comforting and powerful thoughts that provide peace and rest. Read More

God's Help on Icy Bridge

Healing Messages

An individual shares how she experienced God's control of everything, even careening traffic on an icy bridge. . Read More

Jeanne Sparks – Horsewoman

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Jeanne Sparks makes a different kind of music with horses, communicating mentally and through body language, learning to breathe and move as one. It's a heart connection! Read More

Love Does by Bob Goff

Book Review

"Love Does" is a love story – a book of many love stories. Through Bob Goff's explosively funny autobiographical adventures, witness the power of love and the unstoppable good that comes from it. " Read More

Bible Overview

Books of the Bible

Genesis 10: The Table of Nations – Shem (21-31)
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Bible Characters

Abraham's servant (Genesis 24)
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Questions and Answers

Isn't there a possibility that Jesus was crucified on Wednesday or Thursday and not Friday?
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Kids Korner

Jesus Resurrection

Characters & Topics

Games, stories and more on your favorite characters and topics

Fun and Games

Print and online games, coloring, and puzzles

Read a Story

Read great Bible stories for children and teens

Holy Land Tours

Animation and narration bring the holy lands to life

Listen to a Story

Listen to Bible stories and put together a puzzle

Teen Time

Making a Difference

Pray for the World

Q & A

How do we respond to people who are either different or doing things we don't agree with?

Teaching

Jesus' Resurrection

We'll be reviewing the events during the Passion Week leading up to Jesus's crucifixion and resurrection.

Teaching

Forgive From the Outset

Let's think about Christ in relation to parenting. Jesus' words remind us to be (and that we can be) compassionate and non-judgmental in our interactions with our children.