Phil Ware talks about a discovery he made in Acts 1 -- that the early disciples chose to depend upon God's guidance for their direction, decisions, and future.
06/23/2022 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares article three in his four-part series on being transformed to become like Jesus.
08/26/2021 by Phil Ware
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in a virtual, DIY, worship through words and music using YouTube videos to open our hearts to the call of God in our lives and to living according to his will and guidance for us.
08/07/2021 by Demetrius Collins & Phil Ware
Phil Ware and Demetrius Collins lead us into worship in song and the Word to experience, proclaim and rejoice in the majesty, goodness, and grace of our God who is powerful and present among us.
06/21/2020 by Demetrius Collins & Phil Ware
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
James Nored and Phil Ware look at C.S. Lewis and his struggle to find faith and our own challenges in believing.
05/25/2017 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares article three in his four part series on being transformed to become like Jesus.
06/14/2016 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his short series on the Holy Spirit focusing on dancing with the Spirit and keeping in step with the Spirit.
01/19/2015 by Phil Ware
Lisa Noble shares a beautiful and intimate reflection of her walk, or better yet her dance with the Lord and his lead in her life.
09/26/2014 by Lisa Noble
Christians can be rich. Rich people can be Christians. But we need to remember that material things can often get in the way of our faith. Godliness with contentment. That should be our goal.
04/02/2014 by Tim Archer
Mark Frost continues the series on discovering your mission before finding your minister with the Interim Ministry Partners team and he focuses on prayer.
11/24/2013 by Mark Frost
Mark Frost of Interim Ministry Partners shares a powerful parable about Bill Knapp's restaurants and America's quick fix mentality about the North American church and its troubles.
10/27/2013 by Mark Frost
Jesus told his followers that it was hard for the rich to become a part of his kingdom (Matthew 19:24). The apostle Paul said that those who want to have wealth fall into a trap, and some have ruined their faith because of it. (1 Timothy 6:9-10) And James
10/09/2013 by Tim Archer
Tom Norvel reminds us that life happens quickly, fast, and if we are not careful, we can get so busy that we miss life in all its fullness, abundance, and joy.
06/04/2013 by Tom Norvell
Rubel Shelley takes a look at coach Scott Nagy of South Dakota State and sees a great slogan: play like you are loved.
04/12/2013 by Rubel Shelly
God created us and knows how we function best. Why do we think we know better?
02/13/2013 by Steve Ridgell
Rick Brown talks about Jesus not just missing from the nativity, but also from Christmas and from our lives and yet we can use this time to restore him to his rightful place in our lives.
12/15/2012 by Rick Brown
Church is about so much more than just showing up. It is about being with God.
10/17/2012 by Steve Ridgell
Rubel Shelly reminds us that holiness is not just what we avoid, but what we do to bless and redeem.
09/21/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Katha Winther talks about the good gifts of autumn and the signs of the fall season.
10/18/2011 by Katha Winther
This is a simple meditation on the meaning of the Shepherd Psalm, Psalm 23.
02/01/2011 by Anonymous
There are believers in Jesus who would kindly and graciously help you find your way to Jesus.
11/17/2010 by Steve Ridgell
Phil Ware continues his SpiritFire series focusing on God getting personal with us in the Holy Spirit and addresses the question of whether the Holy Spirit is a he, she, or it.
06/24/2010 by Phil Ware
God has given us the owner's manual for life. The Bible is the answer to how to make life work.
02/03/2010 by Steve Ridgell
God has given us a blueprint for life. His instruction makes life better.
06/17/2009 by Steve Ridgell