In the Bible, sometimes a person's name was changed because of something that person did or because of something that God was going to do through that person.
Why are our relationships with God such a mess, with each other full of conflict, and with our world so destructive?
It is simply not true that your best is always good enough; there are countless people every day who could witness to that.
Behind every move made by disciples in the book of Acts, Jesus was the mover!
How are we to view ourselves and each other in this magnificent creation?
My response is to recognize God’s greatness and grace in using me as an instrument and with confidence move into this pure, unspotted new chapter.
Behind every act of power in Acts, we see Jesus at work, guiding his followers and providing his strength for them to do what he asked of them.
Take five to ten minutes once each week to explore life by joining us for a series of short videos filmed in Israel, Europe, the U.S., and other places around the world.
How could we have this completely wrong?
12 days of Christmas are not about calling birds and lords a leaping, but about an extended celebration of Christmas.
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 continues his series called 8GT -- Eight Truths that Turned the World Upside Down.
01/23/2019 by Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that sin, both rebellion and missing God's goal of goodness for us, has reaped destruction on all we touch.
01/20/2019 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Patrick Odum reminds us that sometimes our best isn't good enough, it doesn't count, unless our focus is on the Lord Jesus and his work, then his resurrection ensures our work is not in vain!
01/18/2019 by Patrick D. Odum