Phil Ware challenges us to leave behind intention and move out into the world of action as we seek care for our broken world and overcome the criticism that we are uncaring hypocrites who are not willing to help
08/12/2020 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us that our faith must make a difference in our normal lives or it matters little.
12/06/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Faking Christianity may score points with your friends and neighbors. Living the Christian life can fill your life with purpose and meaning, giving you a powerful hope for the future.
09/03/2014 by Tim Archer
Cathy Messecar draws us into the story of the man born blind that was healed by Jesus in John 9 and reminds us that we are here to continue Jesus' ministry of healing and mercy.
11/02/2013 by Cathy Messecar
People look at the outside; God examines the heart. Rather than trying to impress those around you, put your time and effort into doing the things that God would have you do. Don't do it to try and get something in return; make pleasing God your goal.
10/23/2013 by Tim Archer
Rubel Shelly reminds us that the group of those who claim none for religion is growing quickly in the U.S. and that they do so because they are are tired of the hypocrisy.
07/20/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us that religion has to do something and not just talk about a lot of things -- it must walk the talk, practice what you preach, and put your life where your mouth is.
02/07/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware challenges us to leave behind intention and move out into the world of action as we seek care for our broken world and overcome the criticism that we are uncaring hypocrites who are not willing to help.
02/23/2009 by Phil Ware
Danny Sims takes a weird mixture of folks and reminds us that we are what we are, so look at your life and see if that is who you want to be!
01/10/2009 by Danny Sims
Hypocrisy does exist in the church and we should weed it out, but it doesn't exempt us from church.
01/26/2006 by John Roberts
Displaying our faith is laudable if it is backed up by a life committed to living what we say; otherwise, it's dangerous!
04/05/2005 by Michele Howe
The truth is often not found in the fancy words we use about ourselves; what matters is the heart.
01/17/2004 by Alan Smith