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Phil Ware writes about Romans 8:22-29, the bondage to decay that our world faces, our own troubles and hardships, and slogans that we often use and abuse to try to encourage people who are grieving, wounded, or hurt.
10/01/2009 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds that God still has the whole world in his hands and he can get us out of our ruts and break through the barriers that hold us captive to boredom and sameness.
09/24/2009 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us that there is something positive about thinking with an optimistic spirit and believing things can get done and be better.
07/06/2009 by Rubel Shelly
Russ Lawson shares a story of remarkable faith and the line, I am not Moses, but God is still Jehovah.
04/03/2009 by Russ Lawson
Phil Ware uses Timothy's release from prison to be an opportunity to look at how we are to live in a culture opposed to Christianity.
03/16/2009 by Phil Ware
Donna Riggs shares how God used a snow storm to prevent disaster for her church family.
02/15/2009 by Donna Riggs
Tom Norvell talks about an air traffic controller landing a plane and how his dad was a blessing.
01/30/2009 by Mike Barres
Rubel Shelly reminds us that even in a season when folks have less than they are used to having, if they look they will actually find that they have more.
12/12/2008 by Rubel Shelly
Rob Frazier writes about why he puts up Christmas lights and how each of us has some light to share with others.
12/11/2008 by Rob Frazier
Mike Barres reminds us that discouragements can leave an emotional residue and keep us from living as we should, but we can do some things to live as God would have us live!
12/07/2008 by Mike Barres
Patrick Odum learns that Chicago is the most stressful city in America and shares some insight on stress.
09/27/2008 by Patrick D. Odum
Sarah Stirman has reason to reflect on being crippled or handicapped and being useful to God.
08/07/2008 by Sarah Stirman
Sarah Stirman writes about a time her husband didn't quite follow through on getting their pre-school kids to Bible class and she gets angry, but the Lord challenges her to forgive!
07/31/2008 by Sarah Stirman
Bill Sherrill connects to an old King James phrase, the latter days, and reminds us that we often don't see things clearly until time has passed and we view things from God's perspective.
07/22/2008 by Bill Sherrill
Ron Rose talks about where we find our significance and comfort in life, God or false substitutes.
06/24/2008 by Ron Rose
God’s plan for us is not to eliminate suffering in our lives, but to teach us to look past it.
06/11/2008 by Tim Archer
Tom Norvell reminds us of the power of trusting God and putting our faith in his unfailing love.
01/20/2008 by Tom Norvell
Mike Barres reminds us that we need to be like trees: flexible, rooted, connected, and built on the rock.
01/17/2008 by Mike Barres
We want a Christianity without the Cross, a Savior without a Lord, and a Tinkerbelle Jesus, reprinted.
01/07/2008 by Phil Ware
Tom Norvell describes Jesus as the only source of peace in any season.
12/30/2007 by Tom Norvell
Michelle Howe warns women about worry and wishing that can rob them of the present moment and distort their vision of their future.
11/08/2007 by Michele Howe
Mike Barres reminds us that life is full of hardship and curve balls, but we can learn to praise the Lord anyway.
11/04/2007 by Mike Barres
Paul Faulkner reminds us that we have to give God control now, even though we fear it, because death comes and sooner or later we're going to have to yield control to him, now.
11/02/2007 by Paul Faulkner
Phil Ware continues to share with his own children the values his father taught him.
10/22/2007 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares the values of his dad with his children and emphasizes to them how Jesus is everything.
10/01/2007 by Phil Ware