Host a dinner and share the love of God with a few special people—a sweetheart, friends, family or a lonely neighbor who needs a hug.
Some evergreens are stately with slender needles gracefully sweeping down lengthy branches, while others are squatty and unruly with bushy gnarls studded with berries. Their presence on a snowy landscape is like a glorious chorus of color. Conifers remind us of our Creator, the Lord God Almighty, who like them is always vibrant and alive. Hosea 14:8 likens our Lord God to an evergreen. This Christmas, deck your house with His glorious creations.
Flowers are a glory to behold. But which is the most beautiful?
Invite God to your table this Thanksgiving. Let Him know you are thankful.
Among the rolling hills of Madison County sits a tiny cabin, lovingly handcrafted by a meticulous woodworker. Each year the cabin comes alive when he and his wife host a harvest party—a gathering of family, friends and coworkers—to give praise and thanksgiving to the Lord.
To feed someone is to love them. This is true on the mission field or at home. Use your gift of hospitality at Easter or at anytime. Invite friends, neighbors and coworkers— the lonely, lost, rich and poor—to share your table, fellowship and God’s love.
Celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ with a traditional inner is an annual highlight for many Christian families. This is a time to cherish your heritage and the Lord. Set out your best: Grandma’s dishes, a favorite family recipe and an elegant lace tablecloth.
Gather together to mark New Year’s Eve by celebrating the Lord and all He has done over the past year. Celebrate Him and pray blessings over the things He will call you to do in the coming year. Together, give Him thanks for everything in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Every new baby brings joy and happiness into the world. Friends, family and sometimes the staff of L:B magazine gather to celebrate the birth and offer gifts and love to new mothers and fathers.
The hand of God is seen in the beauty and diversity of the flower bed. Plant a selection of old favorites–tulips, roses, peonies, snapdragons, stock and sweet peas–and harvest an abundance of blooms for your home.