Resources by Topic: Holidays

Longing Fulfilled

Longing Fulfilled

If you’ve spent any time around children, you know that waiting can be hard for them. But let's be honest: It can be hard for you and me, too. Read or Listen →

A Legacy of Dedication

A Legacy of Dedication

At some point, all parents need to hand control of their children over to God. But that doesn’t mean they don’t continue loving and training them. Read or Listen →

Darkness and Light

Darkness and Light

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Throughout the Bible, God’s presence is associated with light, and sin is associated with darkness. And ever since sin came into the world, humankind has lived surrounded by great darkness. We stumble around, unable to see truth and beauty. In the Old Testament, a great light was promised, a light that would push back and extinguish the …
The Tallest Angel

The Tallest Angel

Nancy tells a Christmas story for the young at heart about a girl who did not approach the holiday season with joy—until her teacher made a bold decision. Read or Listen →

Astonishing

Astonishing

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Have you ever been astonished? Leslie: This is Seeking Him with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. Nancy: The Dictionary defines that word as: “to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder; to amaze.” Well, it’s astonishing to me that our Mighty God humbled Himself and became a helpless baby. It’s amazing that during His time on earth He …
Superhero of Superheroes

Superhero of Superheroes

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Our culture is fascinated with superheroes—brave men and women equipped with incredible abilities to rescue the world from darkness and evil. Well, millenia ago the Old Testament foretold of the coming of the Superhero of superheroes—the Lord Jesus. The opening chapters of Isaiah say, “To us a son is given . . . and his name shall …
Wonderful Counsel

Wonderful Counsel

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: With the incredible accessibility of information through the Internet, both bad counsel and good advice are right at our fingertips. But in the midst of this complex world, Christ comes to us bringing trustworthy, wonderful counsel. Did you know in Scripture the word “wonderful” is only ever used to describe God? So even though there are some …
God Is With You

God Is With You

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: We can all remember times when we felt like God was far away. But over and over in His Word, God promises, “I will be with you.” This time of year, we sing about our Immanuel—the name that means “God with us.” Let that sink in for a moment: The God who created and sustains the universe …
A Glorious Future

A Glorious Future

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Have you ever wished God would give you a sign and let you in on His plans? When Isaiah encouraged King Ahaz to ask God for a sign, Ahaz was unwilling to put his trust in the Lord. So Isaiah said to King Ahaz, "Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall …
Sun and Moon

Sun and Moon

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Have you ever considered how Jesus mirrors God to us? God dwells in unapproachable light. It’s impossible for us to draw near to God the Father apart from his Son, Jesus. The apostle John wrote, “The Word [that is Jesus] became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen His glory, glory as of the only …
Come Adore, Day 7

Come Adore, Day 7

"God rest ye, merry gentlemen." You’ve probably sung that line at Christmas. But do you understand it? Who are these gentlemen and why are they merry? Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 6

Come Adore, Day 6

A carol began, “Ye Faithful, approach ye.” It didn’t catch on. But when the wording was tweaked, it became one of the most popular Christmas carols ever. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 3

Come Adore, Day 3

Why do we decorate with lights around Christmas? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says lights are not only festive—they’re very meaningful. Read or Listen →

Come Adore, Day 2

Come Adore, Day 2

When we sing “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” we include the lines, “The Rod of Jesse” and “The Key of David.” Do you know what those phrases mean? Read or Listen →