Rubel Shelly helps us think about the mystery of prayer.
03/30/2014 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware reminds us the way Jesus uses grace as an action, a living out of God's grace, in real life that has urges that Go back to the original woman and man.
02/03/2014 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware does part 4 of a 5 part series on experiencing Jesus' presence from the gospel of Matthew, focusing on the Great Commission and Jesus' promise to be present.
10/14/2013 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose writes about the good things he used to find in the garbage dump and how there are special surprises and treasures that he found along the way and how we can do the same thing with people if we are willing to get messy.
10/10/2013 by Ron Rose
Russ Lawson talks about the origin of the word serendipity and asks how we will use these blessings in our lives?
11/03/2011 by Russ Lawson
Katha Winther talks about the good gifts of autumn and the signs of the fall season.
10/18/2011 by Katha Winther
Phil Ware continues his series on the prodigal son called The Journey Home focusing this week on the older brother and the hardest lesson to lose: that it is better in the Father's house!
06/23/2011 by Phil Ware
Ron Rose reminds us of the benefits of our faith and our need to celebrate them!
10/04/2010 by Ron Rose
Rubel Shelly reminds us of Stephen Covey and living by priorities rather than just prioritizing the things we schedule.
09/07/2010 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware challenges us to look beyond the cosmetic image we see in the mirror and view ourselves as God does.
03/26/2009 by Phil Ware
Larry Davies takes the story of "The Little Engine that Could" and applies it to church.
05/18/2008 by Larry Davies
Tom Norvell reminds us to praise God for what he has done in our lives, not explain it away.
10/07/2007 by Tom Norvell
Paul Faulkner shares several good things about bad things helping us focus on what is important.
07/13/2007 by Paul Faulkner
God's family can do so many really good things to help others if they decide to be Jesus to their community.
04/20/2007 by Paul Faulkner
When things are not in good shape at home it is usually because our priorities have gotten off track.
01/26/2007 by Paul Faulkner
What we have is not what determines how rich we are and our job is just a means to an end, not the real goal or end.
01/25/2007 by Russ Lawson
We don't like being passive, so we have a hard time recognizing that we have what we have because we are blessed.
06/17/2006 by Patrick D. Odum
We can learn many things from the resiliency of those who have lost so much.
09/13/2005 by Bill Sherrill