October 15, 2017
Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?
Halloween is definitely in the air-everywhere you look there are costumes, candy, and decorations on display. But, if you're a Christian, you've probably got mixed feelings about the holiday and might not be sure if y...
May 7, 2017
17 Valuable Lessons for The Class of 2017
Congratulations class of 2017! You've come a long way. Guess what? You've got a long way left to go. Your next journey is adulthood and it is going to challenge everything you've learned and everything you think you k...
May 5, 2017
What exactly is Cinco de Mayo?
You probably already know that May 5th is Cinco de Mayo, but you probably haven't learned much, if anything about it in your history classes. Here's the story.
WHAT IT ISN'T:
It isn't Mexico's Independence Day. Me...
April 15, 2017
It’s Friday… But Sunday’s Coming
"Sunrise" by bjimmy934 is licensed under CC BY
You can't be Christian if you don't believe in the resurrection, says former Queen's chaplain
Scenes From Holy Week
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April 7, 2017
How to have the perfect prom without going broke
(StatePoint) The countdown to prom is on and there’s a lot to do. From finding the perfect date, locating the right ride, getting the dream dress or tux, and coordinating hair, makeup and accessories...it can be a lit...
January 17, 2017
What if I don’t like the new president?
On January 20th, the United States will inaugurate its next president. Some of you might be happy with the choice voters made on Election Day, and if that is you, congratulations. But this post, is for those of you wh...
January 14, 2017
Why is the President inaugurated on January 20th?
Every four years the president is sworn in on January 20th, but it hasn't always been that way. Originally, the president was sworn in sometime in the first week of March. Obviously, having the old president still in ...