After researching the names of Christ, Barbara Rainey explains how she came up with the idea of having Christmas ornaments that reflect who Christ is.
This holiday season Dennis and Barbara Rainey suggest hiding one new Christmas ornament and letting a child open one decorated bag each week of advent season.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey tell how they prepare for the holidays now as empty nesters.
As believers, we should be joyful, prayerful, and thankful. Bob Lepine expounds on some biblical directives from 1 Thessalonians 5.
Whether it's family you know and love, or strangers that need to feel welcome, Barbara Rainey and Rosaria Butterfield share about opportunities to express hospitality.
Is this your year to make a change and replace some time-stealing activities with something more meaningful?
Barbara Rainey and her daughter Laura talk about their favorite Thanksgiving memories, including five kernels of corn, Company French toast, and reading the Pilgrims' story.
Barbara Rainey shares fresh ideas to help families focus on being fully present with one another as they gather at the Thanksgiving table.
We asked our readers to tell us about the fathers in their lives.
My first spring after instant widowhood altered my perspective on resurrection.
This Easter, place your hope in the One who paid your debt, bore your sins, and gave you peace with God.
Communicating the most life-changing story ever told in a way children can understand.
Has Valentine's Day become a little predictable at your house? Then why don't you focus on the real meaning of love? Barbara Rainey talks about her resource designed specifically with the month of love in mind.
What if you made 2016 the most loving year ever in your home? Barbara and Dennis Rainey help you focus on the real meaning of love as defined in 1 Corinthians 13.
Bob Lepine offers some Christmas cheer from the prophecies about Jesus found in Isaiah, Chapter 9.
Is it time to consider doing something different this year?
The wonder of Christmas is that Jesus became a baby and lived on earth. To understand and know Jesus is to understand and know God.
Can thankfulness be taught? Barbara Rainey encourages parents to intentionally cultivate gratefulness in their families.
Whether you realize it or not, you're building a memory bank for your children. Barbara Rainey tells why remembering all God has done for us is so important.
November is the month for thankfulness. But it shouldn't stop there. Barbara Rainey encourages listeners to practice thankfulness all year long.
As family and friends gather, here are some ideas to create a holiday that is memorable and feasible.
The little things you do the other 364 days of the calendar have a whole lot more to do with keeping romance alive in your relationship.
Learn to appreciate the wonder of God actually residing within each of us who believe in Him.
Five reasons why your family should celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Easter should be much more joyous than Christmas because of what Christ did for us on the cross.
Phil Vischer joins Dennis Rainey to talk about the real meaning of Easter.
Barbara Rainey reminds listeners that you can go deeper into this holiday than you ever imagined.
Barbara Rainey shares how she plans to decorate her Easter table and gives listeners some simple yet creative ideas on how they can do the same.
Our Easter celebrations should be as special as the miracle we commemorate. Barbara Rainey, encourages listeners to prepare our hearts for Easter Sunday.
While Easter is one of the most holy and profound holidays in the Christian calendar, it's largely ignored by the culture. Barbara Rainey gives some creative ideas to prepare for and celebrate Easter.