The True Meaning of Lenten Sacrifice

by Marcy Kennedy I still remember the first time I asked my husband if he’d ever given something up for Lent. “I don’t even know what Lent is,” he replied. “It’s something Catholics do, isn’t it?” While Catholics celebrate Lent, they’re not the only ones. Many Protestant churches also regularly observe Lent. Despite this, Lent […]


Everyday Lent

by Javan Rowe We live in a society where success is determined by the amount of stuff we’ve acquired. It’s tempting to develop an unholy outlook on our possessions, considering them ours to purchase, sell, or throw away. The Bible has much to say on this topic, particularly in the words of Jesus. Can the […]

Go and tell – The Uniform Lesson for April 24

by Sam E. Stone The death, burial and resurrection of Christ are the heart of the gospel message (1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). Christians find ample reasons for their faith in the resurrection. The Angel’s Message/Matthew 28:1-7 The Jewish Sabbath ended at sundown on Saturday evening. Then the women could bring spices to anoint Christ’s body. […]