Tom Norvel reminisces about the days our personal copy of the Bible and our visits to church were something precious and asks us to think through how important they are to us today.
10/07/2018 by Tom Norvell
Phil Ware reminds us of Anna and Simeon, two aging super heroes from the birth stories of Jesus reminding us that getting older can mean getting better.
01/31/2017 by Phil Ware
Patrick Odum reminds us that everything changes, but what matters and what lasts is tied to our Father in Heaven.
09/29/2016 by Patrick D. Odum
Phil Ware continues his series on Saved at Sea and this week focuses on Jesus walking on the water.
08/03/2015 by Phil Ware
Phillip Morrison shares ideas and input on our perception of aging and birthdays.
07/31/2015 by Phillip Morrison
Phil Ware shares a much-anticipated doctor's visit that didn't go like he had anticipated and turned his life from calm into a storm of great concern.
05/17/2015 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series tied to Thanksgiving called "...and thankful" and this week he is thankful for the longing to move toward Jesus and pursue the things of God.
11/25/2014 by Phil Ware
I pray that my life may ever be focused on what I can do, not what I can stop doing. Even if the effects of age force me to limit my activities, may I ever be seeking ways to serve the Lord.
10/08/2014 by Tim Archer
Tim Woodroof begins a series of articles by the partners at Interim Ministry Partners http://www.interimministrypartners.com, on the seasons in the life of a church.
10/20/2013 by Tim Woodroof
Ann Voskamp writes about the love she shares with her farmer husband and how he loves her with real love.
10/18/2013 by Ann Voskamp
Phillip Morrison reminds us that our assurance is based on what God does and has done in Jesus, not what we can accomplish for God!
09/26/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Phil Ware concludes his end of the year series called Beginning in Endings by talking about Anna and Simeon from Luke 2 and what they should teach us about aging and what to expect as we grow older.
12/30/2012 by Phil Ware
Tom Norvell reminds us of the overwhelming deep love the Father has for us and reminds us that he gives us glimpses of this in a good father's relationship and love for his children.
07/11/2011 by Tom Norvell
Bill Sherrill talks about God, who is there through all the tough and also gentle moments of our lives!
08/30/2010 by Bill Sherrill
Russ Lawson talks about the the blessings of our high tech communication, cyberspace-style communication, and challenges us to face-to-face encouragement.
03/20/2009 by Russ Lawson
Phil Ware continues his discussion on serving those who are homebound in our church communities.
01/23/2009 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware talks about how we can help provide and be community to those who cannot get away from home or care facilities and he asks for our input on how we can help them do this.
01/16/2009 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose talks about one of his personal mentoring heroes and emphasizes how we must all step up and start coaching someone.
06/14/2008 by Ron Rose
Alan Smith reminds us that we are all vanishing away, our bodies grow older and we face challenges, but understanding this and what it means to us is dependent upon our relationship with Christ.
12/04/2007 by Alan Smith
Russ Lawson reminds us that what we pursue for security and to help us live longer really determines the quality of our lives in our older years, and God must be the center of all of that.
07/10/2007 by Russ Lawson
The seasons, in life and in nature, are reminders of God's power to bring life and warmth out of death and decay.
01/13/2007 by Bill Sherrill
Leadership is not about being boss or bullying, but about motivating, serving, and equipping others to their full potential.
01/11/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Change, and the days pass quickly and we grow old and time flies by, so we better use them to our advantage and God's glory.
08/13/2006 by Tom Norvell
Change for the better only happens if our goal is Jesus and our power to change is the Holy Spirit?
08/12/2006 by Alan Smith
When we don't have to impress folks, we are free to live authentically.
07/07/2006 by Paul Faulkner