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Max Lucado reminds us that God didn't call us to be anyone else, but calls us to be the person whom he made for his purposes.
06/12/2016 by Max Lucado
Teresa draws a parallel between what we can learn from our dogs and what we can learn from Jesus.
06/28/2014 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Ann Voskamp reminds women and their daughters about the dangers of comparison and how it belittles the work of God going on in each person we see.
11/08/2013 by Ann Voskamp
Tom Norvell reminds us of the power of encouraging and discouraging words and how we need to make the place where we find ourselves home on the range.
10/24/2013 by Tom Norvell
Jesus' family tree teaches us that God can work through all kinds of people.
10/19/2011 by Tim Archer
Rubel Shelly talks about when we can see the dawn and tells a rabbinic story about when we see the light in someone else's eyes and welcome them, even if they are a stranger.
11/01/2010 by Rubel Shelly
Being acceptable to Jesus is not like getting a house ready to sell.
02/24/2010 by Steve Ridgell
The story of Jesus and the woman caught in adultery teaches us how the church should deal with sinful people ... because the church is full of sinful people.
09/09/2009 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware describes a dream a friend had about Phil's dad -- and he shares how hard it is for him to accept that God feels that way about him, too.
09/15/2008 by Phil Ware
We mustn't let our feelings of inadequacy keep us from going to the One who can make us perfect.
05/09/2007 by Tim Archer
Even though it is hard to pray it and truly mean, we must pray, "your will be done on earth as it is in heaven!"
03/30/2006 by Tom Norvell
If we are going to change and grow, we're going to have to know what motivates that kind of change: affection, acceptance, and self-respect.
02/10/2006 by Paul Faulkner