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Phil Ware challenges us to pursue the faithful love, righteous character, and gracious compassion of God from our hearts.
05/09/2018 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us that we shouldn't and we can't define who we are by what we have or don't have, but by our contentment in the Lord.
03/15/2016 by Max Lucado
Teresa Bell Kindred compares seeing Fifty Shades of Grey to a dirty mop bucket and a sponge.
03/14/2015 by Teresa Bell Kindred
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
Stacy Voss shares the principle about thinking about the lovely things of God in your partner and not the bad things or the deficits.
05/18/2010 by Stacy Voss
Russ Lawson challenges us to look at the way filth and dirt get into our lives and contaminate them and challenges us to pursue holiness and purity.
07/19/2008 by Russ Lawson
We've got to fill our kids with good things and not just tell them what not to do, because if we don't fill them with God's stuff, someone is going to fill them with satan's stuff.
01/19/2007 by Paul Faulkner
The Amish are an example of simple piety that cares to honor God above getting even: it is their character and not their dress or agrarian culture we need to imitate.
10/24/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Spiritual immunity comes from rearing children in godly homes with godly values and godly actions.
08/18/2006 by Paul Faulkner
We need to be balance in our lives -- physically, spiritually, and relationally.
03/23/2006 by Steve Ridgell
We are so caught up in looking good and yet do so little to focus on what really makes us beautiful and fit!
01/13/2006 by Paul Faulkner
Kindness is a trait of God that we need to have and to share.
10/23/2005 by Joseph Mazella
Wealth, money, can help with some things, but not everything!
02/01/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Sometimes we're like modern art: the artist has in mind what he wants, but no one else can tell what or who we are supposed to be.
05/28/2004 by Alan Smith