James Nored and Phil Ware share Jesus' plan to reach all peoples, like the Ethiopian Nobleman and the people in the farthest reaches of the earth, with the goodness of grace.
10/30/2020 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware and James Nored share through words, images, and video the story of the Tower of Babel and the self-destructive danger of pride and arrogance.
02/28/2020 by James Nored & Phil Ware
11/10/2019 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware begins a series of messages built around the disciples' request to Jesus to teach them to pray with today focusing on our need to pray first.
08/07/2019 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares how the Holy Spirit convicted him about the kind of speech he, and we must use in a world that has gone crazy at attacking each other.
06/19/2018 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us how important it is to use love language with those who are precious to us and we can begin by doing this with Jesus.
04/25/2018 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware looks at the gospel of John chapter 1 and reflects on all the titles, names, and descriptions given to Jesus in this one chapter and what it really means for us.
11/07/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on 'Beyond Bread and Wine' focusing on Jesus' death for the sin of the whole world and a special Sunday in Bangkok, Thailand.
05/13/2017 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series of Communion devotionals called 'Beyond Bread and Wine' with a reminder that our often taken for granted hands can lead us to a profound grace!
04/29/2017 by Phil Ware
Byron Ware reminds us of the vital importance of how we communicate both in the words we choose to say, not speak, and the non-verbals we use as we speak them.
08/06/2016 by Byron Ware
Deonna Shake uses her vast coaching and playing experience to introduce a key concept called "default face" and reminds us that how we carry ourselves says a lot about us.
09/12/2015 by Deonna Shake
Rubel Shelly talks about the way Satan dupes into buying the lie about holiness and goodness and gets us to buy the sins of self-destruction.
03/07/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Brian McCutchen reminds us that God's love is redeeming -- it forgives, cleanses, makes whole, and buys us back from our messes and lifts us from our burdens.
09/12/2013 by Brian McCutchen
Russ Lawson reminds us that kids can say something wrongly, but at the same time remind us of greater truth.
01/22/2013 by Russ Lawson
Rubel Shelly reminds us that our character and our faith are reflected as much by how we drive as how we go to church.
09/25/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware talks about being mission-minded and outreach oriented and not letting other cultures, languages, ethnicities, races, or differences block us from sharing Jesus.
04/29/2010 by Phil Ware
Tammy Marcelain shares insight on who we welcome and how we welcome them into our midst, and also reflects on what we do to push them away and hurt them with our words and actions.
08/02/2009 by Tammy Marcelain
Russ Lawson reminds us to say the right thing all the time.
04/17/2009 by Russ Lawson
Phil Ware reflects on 9-11 and reminds us to pray, while directing us to read and think through our faith.
09/13/2008 by Phil Ware
Paul Faulkner reminds us of the awesome power of words and our human ability to use them to distort the truth and anger God.
08/31/2007 by Paul Faulkner
Tom Norvell reminds us about the nature of regrets and the wish we hadn't done what we've done, so he encourages us to live life differently.
08/30/2007 by Tom Norvell
We all need help to get where we're going. If you don't know how to get to Jesus, don't be afraid to ask someone who does.
08/22/2007 by Steve Ridgell
Shock jocks have tried to out do each other in shocking, crude, and obscene remarks on radio, TV, and interviews and they have crossed the line and we are the only ones who can do something about it.
05/26/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Russ Lawson reminds us that we can and should be considerate, comforting, and encouraging in the way we respond to others.
05/20/2007 by Russ Lawson
Christian people can be ugly and ungrateful, but we must be like Jesus in both the way we use our speech and the way we forgive others who are hateful and ungrateful.
10/23/2006 by Phil Ware