Phil Ware shares a summary of Matthew's Immanuel sayings focused on experiencing Jesus today.
01/20/2022 by Phil Ware
01/28/2021 by Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that many were blind to Jesus as the Messiah because he refused to be the kind of Messiah they expected; he was the upside down Messiah.
08/21/2020 by James Nored & Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us in word and video how upside down Jesus' values are to the way we often do things in our world and in our churches.
08/14/2020 by James Nored & Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that we not only must become like children but as Jesus' followers, we must value children.
07/31/2020 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us that we want to not only share in the Lord's Supper, but we also want our table to be like Levi's table of grace and friendship.
06/03/2020 by Phil Ware
08/04/2019 by James Nored & Phil Ware
07/28/2019 by James Nored & Phil Ware
James Nored and Phil Ware remind us that we not only must become like children, but as Jesus' followers, we must value children.
07/14/2019 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on the Cruciformed disciple, focusing this week on the power of the small.
04/04/2019 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware shares Jesus' teaching that is upside-down to the world around us in terms of status, wealth, power, position, achievement, and importance.
05/02/2018 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware asks a bunch of troubling questions as he looks at the story of Jesus and his call of Levi and the party Levi had at his house afterwords.
07/11/2017 by Phil Ware
05/17/2016 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware writes about four remarkable young women -- Karen, Melody, Annie, and Jinda -- and how Compassion and mission trips and Jesus have changed everything for them.
01/29/2015 by Phil Ware
Road trash and tire debris challenges Phil to remember exactly who it was that Jesus reached and ask why we don't reach them today?
07/24/2006 by Phil Ware
Children are a blessing, a gift, and a responsibility: how we treat the least and most insignificant says a lot of how we would treat Jesus.
08/29/2005 by Phil Ware