Flower of the Holy Night

I love the legend of how we got the poinsettia in the first place. The flower originally came from Mexico, where it was called "Flor de Noche Buena", or "Flower of the Holy Night". According to the legend, the flower first appeared in a little village long ago, in Mexico, where everyone was getting ready for Christmas.

Putting Christ in Christmas, One by One #ShareGoodness

Christmas is such a special time of year when people increase their efforts to love and serve others. The #LightTheWorld effort focuses on serving others as Jesus did—one by one. Here at Uplift the World, we invited our readers to tell us who has made an impression in their lives through their Christlike efforts. Enjoy … Continue reading Putting Christ in Christmas, One by One #ShareGoodness

Where Are You, Christmas?

"Our opportunities to shine are limitless. They surround us each day, in whatever circumstance we find ourselves. As we follow the example of the Savior, ours will be the opportunity to be a light in the lives of those around us—whether they be our own family members, our coworkers, mere acquaintances, or total strangers."

Serving at Journey to Bethlehem

The Wenatchee 7th Day Adventist Church will be hosting the epic “Journey to Bethlehem”! Last year they did not have enough support to hold the popular event. The Wenatchee Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ has offered to help. "Experience the town of Bethlehem as it was the night the Christ Child was born. … Continue reading Serving at Journey to Bethlehem