After Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross, He was placed in a tomb from which He would rise three days later. Therefore, the tomb - or Jesus' rising from it - is a central event in the Christian faith.
So let's take a good look at what writers and witnesses both said about the tomb.
In our society there are two great religious holidays: Christmas and Easter. For most of us, Christmas is the bigger. And Easter? It's a long weekend peppered with chocolate eggs. But it's so much more!
Here's why Easter is MORE important than Christmas...
As you prepare your heart to receive the Resurrection, may you enjoy some fellowship and family time this Easter season. And if you’re looking for some Easter movies your whole family can experience together, here are some ideas
Many of us have wonderful memories of Easter morning - baskets full of chocolate, egg hunts, and new church dresses. Those traditions are well and good, but what about the real event we are celebrating? Do our children even know why we have a day called Easter?
Here are 5 ways to celebrate in a whole new way; 5 ways to make meaningful memories—without even one mention of the Easter Bunny!
Many families simply have fun with Easter eggs, adding a bit of colorful joy to the holiday. But by using eggs to celebrate Easter, you can teach your children something much more profound: that they are part of a faith that connects all believers with God!
As believers, we wanted our relationship with Christ to be part of our family's daily life - not just Sunday only. Traditions provide vivid impressions on children which parents can build year after year...
Easter can become a real sugar-coated occasion. Instead of giving your child sugar-laden marshmallow chicks and giant chocolate bunnies, use this special holiday as a way to give better-for-you gifts that stimulate their little brain and inspire creativity.
Rather than slip into negative thinking about Valentine's Day, or try to deny the day altogether, I’m trying a new tactic: to view Valentine’s Day as an opportunity, rather than an obligation. Consider these possible ways to view this special day....