Isn’t the transformation of Ebenezer Scrooge really what God seeks in us all?
‘Twas the night I had to send a lady into rehab and ring the Salvation Army bell in her place.
Only one astronomical body matches Matthew’s description of the Star perfectly — a comet.
As a divorcee who remarried into a Hindu family, I know all about fighting Christmas anxiety.
If you’re hunting for books of faith, spirit, and significance for Christmas or Hanukkah, look no further.
Is it Chanukkah . . . or Hanukkah? What’s with the jelly donuts? Why eight nights? And more.
Have you ever considered what a strange sign the manger-crib really was?
Save the comfortable for Christmas. Take a risk this Thanksgiving.
We should look to Jesus’ example of humility before we try forcing His message onto the world.
Is a dead wreath the kind of message Jesus wants to send?
Four tips for dealing with loss during the holidays.
The pros and cons of the most wonderful lie of the year.
Don’t add to your pastor’s surplus of Christian bookstore paraphernalia — try these gifts instead.
Material things can become tangible reminders of the intangible realities of love and grace.
Santa is not the only pretend part of Christmas.
Christmas is a chance to showcase the best of Christianity. Instead, it vomits up the worst.
A Christmas historian shares some facts about what the holiday is, what it isn’t, and what it was.
These tips should help make family visits more pleasant for everyone.
For both retailers and non-profits, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.