Jesus challenges us to examine the everyday processes that we use to strip away the humanity of those around us and dismiss their value to us.
Christ Church takes the story of the flight to Egypt and uses it to make us think about what the “old, old story” of Jesus tells us about this very contemporary issue.
What is this peace? What is this overcoming Jesus talks about?
You don’t need to be a fisherman to experience a perfect storm.
You mean, this actually applies to my kid, too?
How could Jesus' 12 apostles be so clueless? O, yeah. I'm that clueless about half the time!
For many people, verse 16 is the most beloved verse of the Bible. Why not also verse 17?
Called. Sometimes, I think we use that word as an excuse to not do scary things.
What can I as a believer in Jesus actually do to make a difference in the tasteless and vile language that comes from every side, quarter, and position?
Registered forgiveness! No humiliation! No shame!
A Look at the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives
A 365 day trip through the Gospel accounts of Jesus
God's Power for our Battles
Daily letters from Christ using the 'voice' of Jesus
Charle's Spurgeon's classic devotional
Daily prayers inspired by the Apostle Paul
Phil Ware reminds us how Jesus viewed people and challenged us by his example to view each person as someone in whom the works of God need to be done.
07/18/2018 by Phil Ware
Patrick Odum challenges us to think critically and lovingly in light of our new-found awareness of baby Jesus' status as a refugee from violence.
07/15/2018 by Patrick D. Odum
Phil Ware reminds us of the great truth of Jesus' steadfastness and faithfulness, he won't let us go.
07/11/2018 by Phil Ware