Where can we go to know we are loved and safe from the storm?
Are we really letting our love light shine in a world filled with so much darkness?
Do we let love drive out our fear, or are we still holding back?
before we can be ready to be fully used by the Lord in the work of the kingdom of God, we must have our bat turn moment.
Where are we going to get trained leaders for our church's future?
How can such a discovery, no matter how badly dirt-encrusted and stained, not be seen as a genuine treasure?
When we open our hearts and lives to him, God fills them with wondrous, eternal treasures.
Dear God in heaven, we’d sure like to have a little bit of power to alter our irrelevance, lighten the burdens of others, and heal the wounds of the broken and despairing.
If the gospel we believe doesn't cause us to liberate people from the chains of our prejudices and selfishness, then perhaps we don’t understand it.
Here's what seems to be most needed in our harsh and cruel world.
A Look at the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives
A 365 day trip through the Gospel accounts of Jesus
Charle's Spurgeon's classic devotional
Daily letters from Christ using the 'voice' of Jesus
Daily prayers inspired by the Apostle Paul
Brian McCutchen reminds us of the importance of family
10/21/2017 by Brian McCutchen
Byron Ware reminds us that in our world of darkness, now more than ever, we need to be a people who do put love into practice every day.
10/19/2017 by Byron Ware
Phil Ware reminds us what we know, but often don't practice; our love must have no barriers.
10/17/2017 by Phil Ware