Resentment kills us, but forgiveness allows us to exercise a growing faith like a mustard tree and let God do the impossible within us.
12/28/2006 by Larry Davies
The old Gallows of the city of Chicago were left in the basement for years and years and this reminds Patrick of things that we allow to sit around in our hearts and fester and destroy us for years.
12/27/2006 by Patrick D. Odum
An older lady's mistake with Christmas envelopes reminds us that God never forgets to pay for our gifts!
12/19/2006 by Alan Smith
Life is unfair and in the unfairness we need to learn to pray and keep after it and not relent, not praying those PC prayers, but gut check from the heart prayers that are real.
12/17/2006 by Patrick D. Odum
Mike talks about a time when someone helped him on a hike and it reminded him of how we have to help those who come behind us.
12/09/2006 by Mike Barres
It's not how many days we have, but how we use those days for God that matter -- or to say it differently, it is not how far we walk, but how we walk in the miles we cover that matter most.
12/05/2006 by Patrick D. Odum
How do we know what God expects of us or what it takes to please him? By listening to what he tells us to do in Micah 6:8.
12/02/2006 by Tom Norvell
Sin is like a virus Satan has designed to appear harmless, infect us, spread, and render everything useless and destroy everything.
11/29/2006 by Bill Sherrill
No matter if it is the corporate world, school, church, or friendships we owe each other the truth and should not lie or withhold the truth.
11/28/2006 by Rubel Shelly
In the times of hardship and trial, it is hard to wait on the Lord because it seems so long before his deliverance, promised and sure as it is, comes to free us from our pain and suffering.
11/18/2006 by Tom Norvell
We need to visualize who we are in Christ before it becomes a real part of our daily go to work world, and so we need to pretend we are children of God and the presence of Jesus Christ.
11/14/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Article on the transformation God can do in our lives changing us from a lump of clay into an object of beauty and usefulness.
11/12/2006 by Bill Sherrill
Ray Romano said he is off to do soul work remembering a note he received from his brother about something that Jesus said about losing ones soul.
11/08/2006 by Rubel Shelly
The words of an old song remind us of our deep need for God and longing for him.
11/01/2006 by Tom Norvell
God can take broken, weak, and unfaithful people and make something meaningful and important out of their lives.
10/30/2006 by Rubel Shelly
A recovery saying, HALT, reminds us to be careful when we are hungry, angry, lonely, and tired because then we are vulernable to temptation, sin, and weakness as well as addictions.
10/26/2006 by Mike Barres
The Amish are an example of simple piety that cares to honor God above getting even: it is their character and not their dress or agrarian culture we need to imitate.
10/24/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Our love for the cool of the day after the hot day of work is a reminder of our need to be close to God and his desire to have us close.
10/22/2006 by Bill Sherrill
If you want something bad enough, you go for it and do whatever it takes to do it, even if no one understands you.
10/17/2006 by Rubel Shelly
God wants us to be full of Him, his grace, His mercy, His Spirit, His Love.
10/14/2006 by Tom Norvell
A humorous story about a date is a reminder of how hard it can be to communicate well.
10/12/2006 by Rubel Shelly
This is an honest look at repentance and sorrow and life change, and reminds us that God's goal isn't our sorrow, but our reformed life.
10/10/2006 by Mike Barres
When do we have enough stuff and can we say no to acquiring more?
10/05/2006 by Rubel Shelly
We create echoes by our life, so what kind of echo will you hear from the people around you?
10/04/2006 by Larry Davies
No matter what others say or do to make you feel useless, Jesus loves you and has demonstrated again and again that you are useful to him!
10/03/2006 by Patrick D. Odum