When you least expect it, don't be afraid, God is revealing a new plan for your life.
12/31/2005 by Tom Norvell
The years in marriage can sometimes mean that we take each other for granted; we mustn't let that happen.
12/30/2005 by Alan Smith
So much of life is a matter of perspective; we can choose to be glad.
12/29/2005 by Russ Lawson
Sometimes the dark night of the soul is exactly what we need to experience to let go of what we need to jettison and grab ahold again of God.
12/28/2005 by Scott Owings
God has a plan for each of us, a destiny, to use us for his glory.
12/27/2005 by Mike Barres
We can't let Jesus be relegated to just Christmas; he needs to be part of our world every day.
12/26/2005 by Phil Ware
We are not at home until we are home with God.
12/25/2005 by Lynn Anderson
Sometimes with all the preparation and stress we forget what the real meaning of the holidays is all about.
12/24/2005 by Joey Cope
Jesus was born in Bethlehem, a grimy, corrupt little town not known for anything important.
12/23/2005 by Jamie Shell & Brent Nidiffer
Some folks are canceling church service on Christmas day, but isn't that missing the point of why we have Christmas in the first place?
12/22/2005 by Patrick D. Odum
A preacher gets in trouble talking about Christmas on Sunday, but warns that the world will take Christ out of Christmas.
12/21/2005 by Joe Bagby
While gifts are fine, we need to be leaving behind a legacy of love notes for our spouse and children and grand children.
12/20/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Getting a chance to play Santa Claus opens up a deep joy and a reminder that we need to be Jesus to those around us.
12/19/2005 by Phil Ware
While many men can't give a good gift, a few can, and God gave us an indescribable gift.
12/18/2005 by Bill Denton
What we want and most need at Christmas are not the kinds of things that money can buy!
12/17/2005 by Tom Norvell
Most folks don't have a clue about the meaning of Christmas.
12/16/2005 by Jamie Shell & Brent Nidiffer
We have taken the joy, glory, risk, holiness, excitment out of Christmas and made it predictable and boring.
12/15/2005 by Jeff Lee
We can't have the holy life without the adventure life because God uses the adventures to mold us and make us holy.
12/14/2005 by Sarah Stirman
An example of unbelievable forgiveness in the face of murder challenges our narrow notions of forgiving others.
12/13/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Jesus came to face our world and give us deliverance both from and through what we fear.
12/12/2005 by Phil Ware
Kids often know the difference between truth and lie and what is real world and what is not.
12/11/2005 by Russ Lawson
There are many things our minds cannot comprehend, especially things about God, but that is okay.
12/10/2005 by Tom Norvell
So often we make all these elaborate plans and never think of allowing God room in our busy schedules.
12/09/2005 by Alan Smith
So often we die long before our bodies do because we live our lives with our eyes shut.
12/08/2005 by Ron Rose
While we know Jesus said it is better to give than to receive, we often don't live like it!
12/07/2005 by Mike Barres