Articles Tagged 'Anniversary'

TWENTY!

TWENTY!

The Lord is not finished surprising us with His grace and power if we live for His purposes.

Phil Ware takes time to reflect on twenty years on the web and to give thanks for those who got them there and for the Lord who continues to do miracles among us.

No Greater Love

No Greater Love

Admit it! Accept it! Share it!

Tom Norvell talks about God's love for us in Jesus and also anniversaries.

Celebration in Heaven

Celebration in Heaven

Lost ring, found joy!

Patrick Odum writes about a lost class ring and compares it to Jesus' parable about the lost coin and reminds us that the joy of someone coming to Christ should thrill us, too.

Events and Emotions

Events and Emotions

Have you ridden the roller coaster lately?

Katha Winther shares the up and downs of her emotional roller coaster in her life recently and reminds us that God is with us in the ever-changing emotions of life.

Twenty-Five

Twenty-Five

What a great and unexpected blessing!

Phil Ware tells about his mom and Grady's twenty-fifth anniversary and what a great blessing it is.

Tearing Down the Walls

Tearing Down the Walls

What divides and separates us?

With very different types of issues emerging recently on the issue of race, why not look at some Scriptures to see how God feels about this issue.

39 Years ... Plus One

39 Years ... Plus One

What's happening in your world when you turn forty?

A simple anniversary celebration for the 39th anniversary leads a husband to reflect on his adventure with his wife!

10 Years

10 Years

Wow, where have the years really gone?

Heartlight has been around for ten years and Paul has played an indispensable part of it.

Decade of Grace

Decade of Grace

This decade is a lot more than just the passing of ten years!

Heartlight has been around now for ten years and its been a decade of grace.

Seven Ages of a Married Cold

Seven Ages of a Married Cold

So how do you treat your honey when she or he is ailin'?

The years in marriage can sometimes mean that we take each other for granted; we mustn't let that happen.