Our churches can't afford to sit and wait for our neighbors to come to us. We must take the first step in connecting with those around us.
03/23/2017 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware continues his series on 'I Doubt it' focusing this week on Jesus' challenge to the apostles to feed the five thousand.
03/21/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues our focus on the Lord's Supper called Beyond Bread and Wine: this week our focus is on Jesus' return in glory!
03/18/2017 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us that Jesus appeared to Mary and what this exchange means to all of us.
03/16/2017 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware continues his 'I doubt it!' series and looks at Jesus' promise that the fields are ready for harvest.
03/14/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continue their series on Finding Our Story in God's Story of Redemption by focusing on the beauty of creation, the arts, and sharing God.
03/09/2017 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on doubt focusing on Jesus' statement that doing the Father's will was the basis of finding fullness in life.
03/07/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us that we share in The Supper, not because we are worthy of Jesus' sacrifice, but because we've been made worthy by his sacrifice!
03/04/2017 by Phil Ware
There are two very surprising things in the story of the Philippian jailer. And two other things that seem to be expected to happen.
03/02/2017 by Steve Ridgell
Phil Ware continues his series on Jesus and series of encounters where people say to him or heard him and thought, 'I doubt it!'
02/28/2017 by Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that human sin and rebellion have left our world a broken mess, not the world God intended for us.
02/23/2017 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on 'I Doubt It' by talking about Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus and his need to be born of God, from above, born again.
02/21/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us that Jesus made great promises in the context of his Last Supper and one of them promised that we would do greater things than he did.
02/18/2017 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrisson reminds us of four men of great courage and compassion who gave all they had to help others find God and survive tragedy.
02/16/2017 by Phillip Morrison
Phil Ware reminds us that it is not the storm or our "little faith" that is the problem: it's losing sight of Jesus!
02/14/2017 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us that Jesus longs for us to draw near to him in our times of troubles, problems, challenges, pain, and trials.
02/12/2017 by Max Lucado
James Nored and Phil Ware continue helping us find our story in God's story, this time looking at the Fall.
02/09/2017 by James Nored and Phil Ware
Jesus' life was framed by prayer, but do I find my "as usual" and "lonely places" moments in the presence of the Father in prayer?
02/07/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware talks about longing for home and the food of home and challenges us to see Communion as our taste of home while we are away.
02/04/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us of Anna and Simeon, two aging super heroes from the birth stories of Jesus reminding us that getting older can mean getting better.
01/31/2017 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us of the most important thing as we seek to know God's will for our lives.
01/28/2017 by Max Lucado
James Nored and Phil Ware continue their series on Finding My Story in God's Story and listening to what the Bible says about our world, about us, and about where to find life.
01/26/2017 by James Nored & Phil Ware
We don’t have to change the entire service on account of those who might visit. But we should be aware of their anxieties and uncertainties, going out of our way to make them feel more at ease.
01/24/2017 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware continues his series of Communion Devotionals called Beyond Bread and Wine that focuses on all the depth, meaning, and significance to the Lord's Supper.
01/21/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us of Jesus' idea of greatness and challenges us to follow the example of the often forgotten Onesiphorus, a "One-Who-Is-For-Us" friend.
01/17/2017 by Phil Ware