Hiroo Onoda followed orders for more than 30 years, remaining at his post long after the war had ended. Christians need to learn to be faithful to God with that same intensity.
05/07/2014 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware reminds us that darkness is the place where God can meet us, redeem us, deliver us, and save us from death and disaster.
05/05/2014 by Phil Ware
Mark Frost of http://www.interimministrypartners.com shares part two on the journey through the wilderness during the interim and how God is preparing his people for great things.
05/04/2014 by Mark Frost
Teresa Bell Kindred reminds us of the danger of the wind and of sin and the resulting fall that each can lead us to make.
05/03/2014 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Sharing your birthday could change the life of a child forever.
05/01/2014 by Ben Steed
Hypocrites intentionally act different from what they say. That is not true about Christians.
04/30/2014 by Steve Ridgell
Phil Ware talks about being stuck in the Land of In-between and how hard it is and some core ideas to take with you as you find yourself in that kind of place.
04/28/2014 by Phil Ware
Mark Frost of http://www.interimministrypartners.com shares part 1 of a 4 part series on the interim season by comparing it to the journey through the wilderness.
04/27/2014 by Mark Frost
Rubel Shelly uses the story of John Callender's failure and subsequent courage to remind us how to overcome the failure of our past.
04/25/2014 by Rubel Shelly
Throughout the book of Acts, there are examples of regular people telling their friends about how God sent His Son so that the world might be saved. With 4.6 billion souls still needing to hear that story, we have a lot telling to do.
04/23/2014 by Bill Brant
Phil Ware gives three reasons to sponsor a child with Compassion International.
04/21/2014 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrison reminds us of the importance of the last week of Jesus' life.
04/20/2014 by Phillip Morrison
Rick Brown reminds us what is important about the clothes we wear on Easter and that Jesus appeared to Mary as a gardener.
04/19/2014 by Rick Brown
Phil Ware shares some thoughts on the soldiers who gambled over Jesus' garments as he died and then later came to faith.
04/18/2014 by Phil Ware
Just as God did for Abraham and David, he provided a substitute for the whole world's sin: Jesus Christ
04/16/2014 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware writes on this day after Palm Sunday about Jesus' ultimate destination in Jerusalem, with the triumphal entry, the conflict with the leaders, and his betrayal, death, and resurrection.
04/14/2014 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrison writes about Cristo Redentor, Christ the Redeemer, the statue and the work of Jesus, about the principle of redemption, and how Jesus saves us and redeems us.
04/13/2014 by Phillip Morrison
Teresa Bell Kindred reminds us of the importance of growing deep roots of faith by the waters of God's grace.
04/12/2014 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Here are three very practical ways to begin learning about Jesus.
04/09/2014 by Steve Ridgell
Phil Ware thinks about the disciples not getting Jesus' repeated statements about going to Jerusalem, being rejected, being crucified, and being raised from the dead.
04/07/2014 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrison challenges us to face the resurrection and believe or disbelieve, and he promotes believing because you can trust the testimony of those who have their throats cut.
04/06/2014 by Phillip Morrison
Cathy Messecar reminds us that a little faith in God goes a long way!
04/05/2014 by Cathy Messecar
Christians can be rich. Rich people can be Christians. But we need to remember that material things can often get in the way of our faith. Godliness with contentment. That should be our goal.
04/02/2014 by Tim Archer
Phi Ware reminds us that while the one and done principle is true in much of life, Jesus changed it for us in regard to sin.
03/31/2014 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly helps us think about the mystery of prayer.
03/30/2014 by Rubel Shelly