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Byron Ware writes about getting ourselves ready for being marriage material!
06/30/2016 by Byron Ware
Phli Ware reminds us that God shares our pain in our worst moments of grief and loss, God is heartbroken with us.
11/16/2015 by Phil Ware
Jesus has overcome the world. He is the way through disaster, death, pain, and evil.
10/21/2015 by Steve Ridgell
Phil Ware continues his series on Nehemiah and focuses on prayers, especially when prayers seem to go unanswered and we feel alone, frustrated, disappointed, discouraged, and ignored by God.
04/20/2015 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us of the weather when Jesus came, filled with the fresh wind and heavenly breezes of heaven brought by the Holy Spirit.
12/22/2014 by Phil Ware
Tom Norvell reminds us that there are a lot of questions in life that we cannot get answers to; but more than answers, we need God's presence.
08/08/2014 by Tom Norvell
Ron Rose deals with a person who has had very difficult times and feels that prayer is not acted upon by God even if he hears them and that miracles are for times gone by.
07/20/2013 by Ron Rose
Phillip Morrison reminds us where the beautiful and moving song, "When Peace Like a River" came from -- the tragedy of Horatio Spafford and a shipwreck.
06/20/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Rubel Shelly weighs in on the tragedy in Oklahoma, our easy explanations, and our overuse of the word just.
06/06/2013 by Rubel Shelly
Tom Norvell uses Paul's words to the Corinthians to help us know that we can keep on the journey of faith and not lose heart.
02/26/2013 by Tom Norvell
There will be another tragedy somewhere today. Christians overcome our tragedies because of what we believe about this world.
01/09/2013 by Steve Ridgell
Brian McCuthchen reminds us of the place of hope, refuge, and help when our world is broken.
11/15/2011 by Brian McCutchen
Phil Ware revisits and reflects on 9/11 ten years later.
09/09/2011 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly talks about the end of the world, which a prediction missed once again, and how those who do not live faith embarrass the cause of Christ.
05/30/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Patrick Odum reminds us of the mistiness of life and reminds us to live with a sense of urgency and also anticipation of resurrection and joy.
01/04/2011 by Patrick D. Odum
Tom Norvell reminds us and prays for us to find rest from our weariness in the Lord.
11/11/2007 by Tom Norvell
Ron Rose reminds us that God is our Shepherd and he will comfort us, even during those awful times in the valley of the shadow of death.
09/29/2007 by Ron Rose
Tom Norvell reminds us that some times we just have to hang to hope, keep repeating what is true and not lose heart.
09/15/2007 by Tom Norvell
Ron Rose reminds us that not all faith stories have happy endings and that sometimes we have to wade on through tragedy with faith.
07/28/2007 by Ron Rose
Tom Norvell leads us to Psalm 6 and helps us ask, "How long, Lord?" because we all have times when we can barely hang on any longer.
07/22/2007 by Tom Norvell
Larry Davies shares a hard and horrible story of tragedy and asks where God is and helps walk us through Isaiah 43 and shows how it reflects the presence of God in our worst times through the people of God who help.
07/17/2007 by Larry Davies
Paul Faulkner reminds us that being in such a rush in life is not the way God intended us to live and not the way Jesus lived, so we ought to slow down, spend time with the Father, and be refreshed.
06/01/2007 by Paul Faulkner
God can turn our worst nightmares into a way to find his blessing and be his blessing, if we can persevere and look for his presence.
05/04/2007 by Paul Faulkner
Rubel is pretty fed up with the dumb questions that people ask after a tragedy and reflects on how maybe if we prayed more and prattled less these things would not be as frequent.
05/01/2007 by Rubel Shelly
The plane crash in Lexington, Kentucky brought out all sorts of emotions in the hearts of people and reminds us how death touches us all and our need for the promises of Jesus.
09/13/2006 by Teresa Bell Kindred