Phil Ware continues his series of Communion Devotionals called Beyond Bread and Wine that focuses on all the depth, meaning, and significance to the Lord's Supper.
01/21/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares his third in a series of 6 messages on the promise that the LORD is near; this time focusing on our doubts.
10/18/2016 by Phil Ware
Rick Brown writes a beautiful story on the background of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer and a reminder that Jesus came for all of us misfits so we could know we fit in.
12/25/2014 by Rick Brown
Rubel Shelly reminds us to not get knocked off our path when we encounter potholes, even big bad ones that do damage, but to keep pressing on and persevering toward the call of God.
03/02/2014 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly share insight into Rick and Kay Warren's interview on Piers Morgan about their son Matthew whose mental illness led him to commit suicide.
10/17/2013 by Rubel Shelly
Jackie Halstead reminds us of our need to slow down and let God lead us instead of thinking we can be in charge of our own lives.
10/04/2013 by Jackie Halstead, Ph.D.
Phil Ware reminds us about the battle for our lives and that Jesus is the only one with control over the demons, the deep, the diseases, and death.
05/27/2013 by Phil Ware
The church in Laodicea thought they had everything they needed. Jesus tells them they are destitute and need the things only he can give.
02/17/2010 by Tim Archer
Scott Owings shares how his work in hospice chaplaincy has helped him appreciate the things that the dying can teach us, especially about the difficult concept of the Trinity.
06/09/2009 by Scott Owings
Lisa Mikitarian shares an unusual set of Thanksgiving events that took her far from home where she found family in an unlikely place.
11/27/2008 by Lisa Mikitarian
Teresa Bell Kindred shares with us her absent-minded follies because she is distracted from all of her hi-tech toys to which she is plugged in and she reminds us to get away and be with God.
07/07/2007 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Jane Vincenzi reminds us that our lives can get so cluttered with activity that we miss God and lose out on real life.
06/26/2007 by Jane Vincenzi
Phil Ware writes a letter to his dad on Father's Day about missing him and about the questions he has.
06/17/2007 by Phil Ware
With an onslaught of bad things happening over the last several weeks, Russ is holding on to hope and faith in God and the steadfast love of the Father.
11/04/2006 by Russ Lawson
We work hard and that is good, but we also need to rest faithfully and easily and enjoy the rest God has called us to keep.
09/04/2006 by Phil Ware
We all need to take a God-break a time when we get alone with God and be renewed and restored.
07/09/2006 by Russ Lawson
Not only must we be still and hear God, but he also longs to come to us in the busy rush of our daily lives.
05/04/2006 by Rubel Shelly
We all need more silence and solitude than we are getting in our busy world so let's start with just 5 minutes each day.
04/01/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Be still, slow down, quit going at a break neck pace and know that God is God.
04/09/2005 by Joe Bagby
Sometimes God's greatest blessings are seen when things don't go exactly like we like them.
07/16/2004 by Kelly Breece
A horrible storm in the United States Pacific Northwest helps slow things down enough for folks to remember some key truths from God.
01/11/2004 by Dr. Karen Buchanan
Being a joyful person, being involved with friends, and being active in life is the best medicine to prevent disease.
12/18/2003 by Rubel Shelly
God cares for us and beckons us to the quiet stillness to know he is in control and give us a chance to give him our thanksgiving.
11/27/2003 by Kelly Breece
To have to put off your wedding would be a great disappointment, but life is filled with disappointments -- that's why we need the hope we have in Jesus.
10/22/2003 by Patrick D. Odum