Phil Ware challenges us to enter the mystery of the conception and birth of Jesus the Messiah with Mary and find ourselves caught up in the story of Jesus with her.
12/07/2021 by Phil Ware
12/02/2020 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us that we are made to resemble God and we must believe and Lauren Daigle reminds us we must listen to what God says about us and believe.
08/12/2018 by Max Lucado
Rubel Shelly visits a kiln that fires ceramics and helps us think through the importance of purifying our imperfections.
03/30/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us to try new things, to take risks, and to find some things we don't do well rather than falling into stale and boring ruts only doing the things we do well.
06/08/2009 by Rubel Shelly
If we try to earn our own salvation, we will never have peace with God. Peace comes from accepting his free gift of grace through faith in Jesus Christ.
05/20/2009 by Tim Archer
Rubel Shelly reminds us that we are not perfect yet, and admitting our failures and imperfections is not an excuse, but an opportunity to meet God and have his grace help us grow.
11/13/2008 by Rubel Shelly
Alan Smith tries to remind us that our goodness comes from Jesus and not from ourselves.
10/16/2007 by Alan Smith
We mustn't let our feelings of inadequacy keep us from going to the One who can make us perfect.
05/09/2007 by Tim Archer
None of us can be perfect on our own. Only Jesus and His power can make us perfect.
04/11/2007 by Tim Archer
Jesus wasn't just born into our world in the womb of Mary, but he longs to be born into our world again in each individual Christian the Holy Spirit gives birth to in the world.
12/11/2006 by Phil Ware
Perfectionism is not a godly trait, but a trait that makes life miserable and puts us out of balance.
03/24/2006 by Paul Faulkner
Transformation, sanctification takes time in the real world of our lives, but God won't give up on us.
02/24/2006 by Paul Faulkner
Trying to be a perfectionist is not only hard, but it is wrong for you.
10/23/2004 by Rubel Shelly
Let's not make our ideal, our goal, into a bludgeoning stick -- but instead, let's keep working for God's goals in our lives.
12/09/2003 by Rubel Shelly