Max Lucado talks about his experiences as a baseball catcher and how the dimensions of homeplate were immutable, sacred, and in a sense holy and compares that to certain things in life that God has called sacred and holy.
08/09/2022 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware talks about what is core to our faith and then ties it to everyday meals as well as our celebration of the Lord's Supper and the things of first importance in 1 Corinthians 15:1-7.
09/16/2020 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware begins a series of posts focusing on the sacred value of women and how we have lost the focus of Jesus.
08/01/2018 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware looks at the way we chase and give credibility in our world and reminds how Paul showed credibility in his own: becoming a servant, in weakness, and letting God's glory and power be seen in him.
02/21/2018 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us that wild predictions about Jesus' return on specific dates often are used by sceptics to discredit Christianity.
10/23/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Ron Rose reminds us that work is sacred and we should not divide our lives into sacred and secular boxes.
11/21/2013 by Ron Rose
Robyn F. Johnson shares the story of the widow and Elisha in 2 Kings 4, and she reminds us that God cares for us and provides for us, we just need to look for our little vial of olive oil and offer it to him.
08/23/2013 by Robyn F. Johnson
Phil Ware talks about what is core to our faith and then ties it to everyday meals as well as our celebration of the Lord's Supper.
01/27/2013 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares about the sacredness of our sexual relationship as husbands and wives and calls us to follow Jesus in how we deal with this issue.
10/09/2011 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose talks about the difference and the parallel of sacred and secular work and the jobs we have and do and whether or not we are secular or sacred people.
09/27/2011 by Ron Rose
Phil Ware asks what we should wear to worship God and challenges us to see all of life as sacred space!
09/15/2011 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly talks about the virtue of humility and how it is in short supply these days.
09/13/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly is talking about money and debt and solutions to it at a national and personal level.
08/02/2011 by Rubel Shelly
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
Patrick Odum talks about a strange occurrence involving trust, a New York ad agency worker, a homeless man, and an American Express Card, which reminds us that God trusts us.
11/29/2010 by Patrick D. Odum
Rubel Shelly reminds us that all space is sacred space and that all of life is bound up with the holy because God is with us and in us.
01/11/2010 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware reminds us that there should be no line between sacred and secular for followers of Jesus.
04/23/2009 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly tells how a famous author fabricated her tale as a Holocaust survivor and then reminds us that this lie diminishes the truth of the Holocaust, and we diminish the truth of Jesus by living in ways which contradict what we say we believe.
03/20/2008 by Rubel Shelly
Jeff Lee reminds us about Mary's faith, but he also reminds us of the importance of having a heart like hers.
12/15/2007 by Jeff Lee
Rubel Shelly reminds us that for Christians all of life is a place of sacred activity, especially our work.
10/18/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly writes about our greatest cultural enemy in spiritual warfare, consumerism or greed.
06/28/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware talks about the need to live the life of Jesus before the world or our witness doesn't mean anything at best and creates hostility at worst to Christianity.
05/14/2007 by Phil Ware
If we are to grow in our spiritual walk, we must exercise the Spirit within us and one way is lectio divina, sacred reading.
02/09/2006 by Scott Owings
All space must be reclaimed as sacred space.
09/27/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Take care of our debts because when we don't it reflects poorly on the church and God's people.
09/25/2005 by Patrick D. Odum