G. Connor Salter is a writer and editor, with a Bachelor of Science in Professional Writing from Taylor University. In 2020, he won First Prize for Best Feature Story in a regional contest by the Colorado Press Association Network. He has contributed over 1,000 articles to various publications, including interviews for Christian Communicator and book reviews for The Evangelical Church Library Association. Find out more about his work here.
These Bible verses help us remember on the Fourth of July why values like freedom and defending the helpless are so important.
May these Bible verses and quotes about noted Christian thinkers give you encouragement and something to think about this Shrove Tuesday.
The story of Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the Sunday preceding Holy Week is known as Palm Sunday and is celebrated throughout the world by Christians today!
The fourth advent candle is the last one lit for most advent wreaths, marking the last phase of the advent season.
Each candle in the advent wreath has an important meaning, but the third candle has an unusual place.
Each advent candle has some special meaning behind it and presents an opportunity to think about the Christmas season in a new way. The second advent takes us from thinking about hope to a related idea, something we all need to think more about.
You may not have grown up lighting an advent candle or know what the word “advent” even means. You can still take part in this centuries-old tradition that teaches us about the central themes of Christmas.
Learn about the troubled relationship between twin brothers Jacob and Esau and how the Jacob deceived both Esau and his father Isaac to gain both the birthright and blessing.
The Bible Story of Judas betraying Jesus is found in all four of the gospels. This powerful story is well known in Christian theology as one of the most significant events of disloyalty. There are several explanations as to why Judas betrayed Jesus, including bribery and demonic possession, that vary among the gospel accounts. Discover the lessons we can learn from this Bible story of Judas betraying Jesus and how this event impacted the timeline of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection!
Omri had the odd distinction of being an Israelite king who experienced, or took part in, three rebellions or civil wars.