The Lord is calling us to be his presence in the broken world.
Phil Ware reminds us that by focusing on Jesus and our need for Jesus to be the transforming presence in our lives the Holy Spirit transforms and conforms us to Jesus with increasing likeness.
05/20/2020 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly writes about the current epidemic of racism that has shown up in recent days and has been confronted with the Black Lives Matter campaign.
04/18/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly tells the story of Josh Ripley running cross country and helping out a fellow competitor and showing great compassion, kindness, and helpfulness, as a follower of Jesus.
10/07/2011 by Rubel Shelly
The countries and powers of this world do not last. I want to belong to a kingdom that lasts forever. I do.
07/01/2009 by Steve Ridgell
Ann Voskamp comes to a cross behind a country church and is reminded of the grace of Christ to not only save us but to also furnish us the basis of life.
04/19/2008 by Ann Voskamp
Letting a child go is a scary thing and when they hurt or they are killed or they go through a traumatic experience, it awful for the parent, so all we can do is ask that God be present and real for them.
04/28/2007 by Tom Norvell
Fellowship is so crucial and even more so in places that are hostile to faith: we must take advantage of our freedom to have fellowship.
07/07/2005 by Kim Shoemaker
A trip to the cattle and the country rattles this city slicker loose from her busy ways enough to help her appreciate God in wonder.
02/18/2005 by Amy C. Baker
George Washington, like other early leaders in the United States, led by faith.
02/16/2004 by Steven W. Allen