Max Lucado reminds that Jesus, the Son of God, the Christ and Messiah, came to us in a manger in Bethlehem.
12/03/2016 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware looks through The Jesus Window and is led to ask a question of all of us: just how big is our aquarium, just how big is our Jesus?
08/23/2016 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado reminds us during this special week to remember to put the lessons of Jesus' passion to work in our own daily lives.
03/22/2016 by Max Lucado
Phillip Morrison is back as our conscience asking us about how we sort through the refugee crisis in Syria and what are we going to do about it.
10/04/2015 by Phillip Morrison
Stacy Voss reminds us of the story of Jonah and how Jonah praised God from the pit, from the belly of the beast, the fish.
01/09/2015 by Stacy Voss
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 that nothing we do in the Lord's name is insignificant, unimportant, or forgotten by God who loves us and remembers and rewards us for what we do.
06/09/2013 by Phil Ware
Greg Anderson shares the third in a series of articles from Interim Ministry Partners on greeting guests and welcoming others into our midst.
06/08/2013 by Greg Anderson
Ron Rose writes about hard times and hospital visits and Job and Israel and what we do with the darkness we find ourselves in.
10/05/2012 by Ron Rose
Rick Brown challenges us to be welcoming to those who are outsiders and those we do not know.
02/16/2012 by Rick Brown
Russ Lawson talks about the origin of the word serendipity and asks how we will use these blessings in our lives?
11/03/2011 by Russ Lawson
Rubel Shelly talks about pithy, wisdom sayings that some mistake to be Scripture.
06/07/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware continues his series called Light on the Dark Side of the Mountain and reminds us that risky faith is rewarded.
09/16/2010 by Phil Ware
Rick Brown continues his family unique series and tries to help us understand that we have to stop and let our families rest sometimes along the way.
07/21/2009 by Rick Brown
Rubel Shelly talks about how we all have begun to play the role of critic -- some are on the giving end and some on the receiving -- so how are we to act and respond in such a world?
07/13/2009 by Rubel Shelly
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
Rubel Shelly talks about Starbucks and their emphasis on customer service and how we need to emulate their desire to greet help others.
01/15/2008 by Rubel Shelly
Jane Vincenzi shares some insight in the old southern phrase bless your heart and realizes that it is really what our Christian life is all about.
07/05/2007 by Jane Vincenzi
Phil Ware shares an experience where a small town was way over hyped and didn't live up to its advertising and compares it to what happens in our churches and encourages us to build God's community.
07/02/2007 by Phil Ware
Jerry visits and old warrior who cannot leave the battlefields of Normandy and can still remember as if it were yesterday leaving to go fight in World War II.
11/11/2006 by Jerry McCaghren
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
Hospitality is the Christian virtue of entertaining strangers, outsiders, and guests and recognizing in them angels or even the presence of God in the Trinity.
08/27/2006 by Scott Owings
We all need more friends, but the way to have them is to invest the time and offer others our friendship
08/01/2006 by Rubel Shelly
What if we greeted everyone as if they were a long lost friend who we were glad to see?
04/27/2006 by Russ Lawson
We must open our homes to others!
09/02/2005 by Jeff Lee