We have done a few posts which aim to give you some practical advice for Christmas. Today’s post is a list of 5+ apps that will make your Christmas easier. For the apps which cost, we have also included a free alternative.
Yummly is a free app which gives you thousands of recipes and can even suggest new recipes based upon your preferences. This is brilliant if you want to make something for your friends and family. It is available on iOS and android.
2. Google Maps
Google maps is probably the best online maps available alongside its information about business’s nearby it is perfect for the Christmas holidays. Here Maps is also a great app if you are driving somewhere this Christmas as you can download maps for offline use. Both apps are free and available on both iOS and Android.
3. Dark Sky
Dark sky is a highly accurate weather app which can give you information as to when it will rain or snow up to an hour in advance. This is great if you plan on going out at Christmas. The app costs £2.99 and is only available on iOS. An alternative is WunderMap it does a similar job and is available for free on both iOS and Android.
Evernote is a free app which allows you to take, edit and search notes. Need to write down who gave you what gift or the ingredients required for Christmas Dinner? Evernote is for you. In short is the perfect place for taking quick notes about anything. It is available on both iOS and Android.
5. Cut the rope
We couldn’t finish this list off without a game. For many of us, there are always those times, when you get a bit bored and you need a game to brighten the mood. Cut the Rope is a brilliant puzzle app, which you can play your self or entertain others with. The full version costs 79p however there are free versions available. It is available on iOS and Android.
Thank you for reading and we hope you have found an app which will take some of the stress away from Christmas. For even more app ideas to make your Christmas easier, click ‘Continue Reading…’ Continue reading 5+ Apps that will make Christmas easier – #20
We couldn’t do a week about God’s love and not talk about John 3:16. It is probably the most well-known verse in the bible.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only son so that anyone who believed in him could have eternal life.” – John 3:16
The first section of this verse says “For God so Loved the World” this is a reminder that just like a parent loves their child God loves the world. The Latin word “Storge” means the love shared between parents and there children and I think the word I think this best sums up the love that God has for us.
The second part of this verse says “he gave his only son” this again shows us just how much he loves us and that he would give anything to be with us,
The third and final part of this verse says “so that anyone who believed in him could have eternal life.” This is a reminder the reason why God sent his son to earth and that if we believe in God we will have eternal life with God in heaven.
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If you follow us and read our posts regularly you will know that from the 30th of November till the 26th of December there are going to be daily Christmas themed posts. We would like to the chance to explain in slightly more detail about what the Christmas series is and what you can expect from it.
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Whoever you are, this post is for you. All I am asking for is two minutes of your time to read this post and then however long it takes you afterwards (if you have the time available), to submit a suggestion. In return the RCG Team will read and try as hard as we can to put your suggestions into action. As RCGhub is a hub, it is everyone’s website, a space on the internet where you can share your views and learn from others. Because of this we will happily change something about RCG, even if it just helps one person strengthen their relationship with God.
Anyway, this post is about the new suggestions page. We have created this page so that anyone who follows, or even just looks at RCGhub, can anonymously submit and suggestion they want, directly to the RCG Team. How ever big or small, we will listen and try to put into action all of the suggestions submitted. You don’t need to enter an email either, just revisit the page, around a week after submitting a suggestion and if we have done something about it, we will have written what we did, or are going to do, at the bottom of the page.
The box on the new page is for suggestions for something you would like us to write a post about, or a change to the layout of the blog, or the topic of a series, or any other suggestion that you can think of. Got something else to contact us about that isn’t a suggestion? Find all the different ways you can contact us on the ‘Contact/Follow Us’ page.
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