Revival in Dallas, TX

Charles Borromeo’s Early Years

Saint Charles Borromeo grew up in an aristocratic, truly Catholic background. Charles was born in the castle of Arona on the breathtakingly beautiful Lake Maggiore, one of the most exquisite of the lakes of Italy, north of Milan, bordering the Swiss border.

Teaching Your Children the Real Meaning of Christmas

This is an article about teaching our children the real meaning of Christmas. Amiss the bright lights, shopping, cooking and family members coming home for the Holiday it is often forgotten the real meaning of Christmas.

Bible Marking and the Pentel Pencil

I don’t know about you but are you tired of writing in your bible or favorite book and getting nothing but bleed through to the next page and a bunch of other issues that just make you want to scream? Well hopefully we can see here if the Pentel Pencil has anything to offer us!

How to Achieve Genuine Salvation

The process of becoming saved involves some well articulated steps. In this article, I will be sharing how anyone can become genuinely saved.

First Years of Saint Martin

Saint Martin de Porres has been given many titles over the years including Apostle of Charity, Saint of the Slaves, Patron of the Negroes, Patron of Social Justice, and others, all true, all describing one or more of his attributes, but none actually goes to the heart of who this Saint was. He was love; he was Christian; he was truly son of the Father, brother of the Son, and vessel of the Holy Spirit.

Honesty Will Set You Free

I was in third grade when I first learned to cheat in school and since nobody caught me I continued to cheat until the last day of college. I definitely cheated on anything such as the quizzes, exams and homework and I could truly say that I never failed.

The Power of Prayer

I was seven years old when I was diagnosed of a heart ailment. The doctor told me that I needed to be operated as soon as possible. He also told my mother that there is only a 20% chance of me surviving since I am still young and the heart ailment is congenital. Upon hearing the news, my mother and I cried since I didn’t want to die that early, and since then we never stopped praying, we always prayed hoping that I will survive.

Forgiveness – The Staircase to Happiness

It is a given fact that a number of us have been offended by another, in some way or somehow at some point in our existence. Moreover, every individual responds in a different way or manner.

Heaven On Matthew

The parables of the Gospels in the Bible show what could be heaven in store for God’s people. It is true that the earth is a gift to human beings, yet humans have to know that something more beyond life is stored for those who obey God as a Father, and seek Him in eternity. Check these:

Luke On Poor Guests

“The spirit is willing, but the body is weak,” so the Bible says. Others would say, “In reality, each has to scratch each other’s back. Go with the rich, to get something.

The Last Seat, The Back Pew

Those who get to take the best seats in any celebration or gathering are the popular and wealthy people. Sometimes, we think that we deserve the first seats and the front seats. Perhaps, we take the best parts of the fish and meat, too.

God and Neighbor On Luke

Life is learned from stories. Lessons to learn for the innocent child and the complex adult arrive in vivid and interesting parables of Jesus Christ (from the Holy Bible), the greatest teacher of all. Know by heart these two parables:

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