Phil Ware leads us deep into the heart of Jesus for ministry as he looks at Jesus' actions and emotions in Mark 1:35-45, today focusing on how Jesus looked at the situation and into the heart of man with leprosy.
02/10/2022 by Phil Ware
Demetrius Collins and Phil Ware lead us in a virtual, DIY, worship through words and music using YouTube videos to call us to recognize God's promise to be close to the broken-hearted and crushed, lonely and abandoned, discarded and forgotten.
10/16/2021 by Demetrius Collins & Phil Ware
Phil Ware and Demetrius Collins lead us into worship through songs, Communion, and the Word God, inviting us to experience, proclaim and rejoice in the love of God for all people and to be stirred to share that love with others.
07/05/2020 by Demetrius Collins & Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us not to put away Jesus with the Christmas lights and blow up snowman, but to remember that Christ is alive in us!
01/15/2020 by Phil Ware
Jordan Harrell reminds us that there are some things we are all called to do because that is what Jesus wants from us.
Phil Ware shares his message focused on Paul's promises that the Lord will always be near us, focusing on Jesus' promises to his early disciples and to us!
10/25/2016 by Phil Ware
This powerful message is from an orphan who was abandoned and abused by family and rescued by a sponsor.
10/16/2016 by Compassion International
Phil Ware begins an 8-part series on discipleship and following Jesus in caring for the hurt people of the world.
03/01/2016 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware writes about the funeral of his father-in-law Mel Nelson and reminds us what it means to be edited by grace.
07/06/2015 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us of the real reason for the season and that we must not forget Jesus in all the holiday trappings and mess and reindeer and Santa.
12/21/2014 by Rubel Shelly
Scot McKnight shares some things on his heart about Scripture, the Bible, and how we have misplaced it as the Church and forgotten to listen to God speak through His Word.
10/13/2013 by Scot McKnight
Phil Ware continues his series from Matthew on God's presence in Jesus and this week talks about church as family, not community.
09/30/2013 by Phil Ware
From Max Lucado's "Next Door Savior" comes a story about Jesus touching our face and shoulder and our falling down to worship him.
07/22/2012 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware shares with us two kinds of early leaders and churches and groups, Paul and Barnabas become examples of those kinds of churches; each is faithful, takes risks, and faces opposition from the evil one.
07/08/2012 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware looks at the birth of Jesus and asks the very simple question: why did God reveal the birth of his Son to shepherds first?
12/04/2011 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose talks about wilderness periods in our lives and God's holy calling for us to live among people and serve them.
08/10/2010 by Ron Rose
Patrick Odum talks about the the 10 lepers who were healed and only one came back to thank Jesus and puts the other nine into modern context and describes what they did instead of thanking Jesus.
11/24/2009 by Patrick D. Odum
Phil Ware writes about children being valued for who they are.
10/31/2008 by Phil Ware
Tom Norvell reminds us that forgiveness means the Lord erases our records of sins.
10/26/2008 by Tom Norvell
Tom Norvell reminds us that we have a person to go to, when we have no place to go, and his name is Jesus, our Lord.
07/24/2008 by Tom Norvell
When a mega-pastor says he wants to get rid of the kooks that weigh his church down, Vann is not only shocked, but prays that God sends the kooks to his church.
03/17/2007 by Vann Conwell
With so many lonely people out there, how are we going to be like Jesus and God and minister to their loneliness and isolation?
07/31/2006 by Phil Ware
There are times when we are going to be rejected because we are Christians.
09/16/2005 by Alan Smith
Children are a blessing, a gift, and a responsibility: how we treat the least and most insignificant says a lot of how we would treat Jesus.
08/29/2005 by Phil Ware
True religion is more than just spouting off religious phrases and remaining isolated from worldly people -- it means to take the sin and worldliness out of people and take care of them.
11/06/2004 by Straight from the Bible