Articles Tagged 'Memory'

Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures

Where can you find history's greatest treasures?

Phil Ware reflects on Mary treasuring the memories of Jesus' birth in her heart and finds reason not to sweat the small stuff, not miss the moments of grace in Christmas, and not lose the opportunity to lock away treasures in our own hearts this time of y

A Charcoal Fire & the Smell of Redemption

A Charcoal Fire & the Smell of Redemption

Why make someone relive his or her sin, why not just ignore it?

Phil Ware continues his Saved at Sea series focusing on Peter's denials, his promises, his arrogance, his failure, and his restoration.

What If?

What If?

How do we handle our deepest grief?

Teresa Bell Kindred writes about the 24th anniversary of her mother's death and how it is still real to her and then she gives some good pointers on grief.

Glue Lines and a Pink Lamp

Glue Lines and a Pink Lamp

How do you put a shattered life back together?

Phil Ware talks about a broken horse figurine and a shattered pink lamp and how God not only forgives, but also purifies us.

Memorial Day, 2008

Memorial Day, 2008

It was a haunting sound, carried by the wind

It was a haunting sound, carried by the wind as it seemed to float around those of us gathered there. The lone bugler sounding Taps

Remember Grace

Remember Grace

As much as I like to think my memory is strong and full of detail, there is so much that has slipped away.

I wish I was better at documenting my life. As much as I like to think my memory is strong and full of detail, there is so much that has slipped away. There are many solutions to this problem; some people are journal writers and have years of memorable

Our Need to Remember

Our Need to Remember

Hopefully remembering the horrors can help us prevent them.

Phil Ware uses Memorial Day to think about the cost of war and the ultimate sacrifice of a friend named Roy who lived through World War II, the assault on Normandy Beach and the Battle of the Bulge.

The Power of Memory

The Power of Memory

Do you really remember when you eat at this table?

Memory and remembering are powerful and communion has got to be a part of that remembering for Christians.

The Button Box

The Button Box

How will we be remembered?

It's not the big stuff that we remember from our grandparents, but the small wonderful things that they did to touch our lives.

Don't Forget

Don't Forget

Can you remember what you most recently forgot?

We are a forgetful people and lose so many valuable things of faith because we don't remember what God has done.

Memorable Memorial

Memorable Memorial

What have you broken open for the Lord?

The woman anointed Jesus with perfume and Jesus made sure no one would ever forget it.

Legacy and a Little Tack Hammer

Legacy and a Little Tack Hammer

What kind of legacy are you leaving?

Little things can bring back memories and reinforce our legacy: what kind of legacy are we are leaving behind.

Providing Memories of Home for Our Children

Providing Memories of Home for Our Children

What memories are you leaving for your children and grandchildren?

We can record our children's memories when they are little and then they will have them when they are older.