Remember when we used to sing about how awesome it is? by Ted Olsen March 31, 2015 from Christianity Today If your church tends to use contemporary worship songs and leave hymns aside, on Good Friday you’ll probably sing plenty about the Cross, the death of Christ, salvation, grace, and related topics. But you’re unlikely to sing about the blood of Christ. That’s too bad, because as the old hymn goes, there is not only power in the blood, but also a rich well of meaning that the biblical writers were not even aware of. This isn’t an editorial about worship wars. This isn’t aboutRead More →

Meeting Your Spouse’s Need for Love By Gary Chapman View original article at Success in business, education or sports will not satisfy the longing of the human heart for emotional love. When emotional love evaporates, marriages slip into fall and then winter. Conversely, when emotional love is rekindled, the warm breezes of spring and summer return to the marriage. I want to focus on the nature of emotional love as it relates to marriage. This has the potential to change the emotional climate of your marriage. It all begins with “the tingles.” In the normal course of life, we meet someone who catches ourRead More →

Looking for the ultimate date for you and your significant other this February? Always wanted to learn how to Ski? Then this giveaway is for you! KSPD is teaming up with Tamarack Resort to bring you a great day on the slopes. The Prize Includes: 2 Full Day Lift Tickets 2 Rental Packages 2 Private 1-Hour Lessons If you win KSPD will also give you a CD Audio Pack of Tony & Lauren Dungy’s Uncommon Marriage and 1.5 lb. Heart Shaped box of chocolates from Weiser Classic Candy. To win fill out the form below and tell us your Best or Worst Valentine’s Day. The giveawayRead More →