Jordan Reese shares a poignant piece of writing by her dad as she thinks through our blindspots and calls us to seek first Jesus' Kingdom and that righteousness, not our own biases.
Melissa Troyer reminds us that the only way out of the mess we now find ourselves in is to start our own movement of grace.
03/23/2021 by Melissa Troyer
Phil Ware and Demetrius Collins invite us to worship God to seek his help in our brokenness and challenge us to do good to all people as we have opportunity.
06/06/2020 by Demetrius Collins & Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us what we know, but often don't practice; our love must have no barriers.
10/17/2017 by Phil Ware
Patrick Odom uses the short letter of Paul to Philemon to remind us what is important in Christ.
09/23/2017 by Patrick D. Odum
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
Ann Voskamp's article on love and the river is merged with Delirious? and Martyn Smith's song Find Me in the River.
07/30/2016 by Ann Voskamp
Phil Ware adds some beginning thoughts and Phillip Morrison writes beautifully about a messenger to mankind and The Messenger to humankind.
07/11/2016 by Phillip Morrison
Phillip Morrison reminds us of the decency, faith, and goodness of two former presidents, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford.
08/30/2015 by Phillip Morrison
Ann Voskamp looks at our ravaged world this summer and uses the image of a ravaged countryside to help us remember the power of sharing scars with the one who bears our sin in his scars.
08/09/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Rubel Shelly reminds us that we have to make correct judgments about many things and many people, the secret is not being judgmental.
06/26/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly writes about the current epidemic of racism that has shown up in recent days and has been confronted with the Black Lives Matter campaign.
04/18/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us of the sly intentions of the evil one who would like to deceive us, but we can and do have the power to resist.
03/21/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Phillip Morrison writes to remind us that the Ferguson tragedy is not new, but a repeated wound or scar, and we need trusted friends to help address the issue, and the same is true with our lives and Jesus our friend.
09/01/2014 by Phillip Morrison
Teresa draws a parallel between what we can learn from our dogs and what we can learn from Jesus.
06/28/2014 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Rubel Shelly reminds us of MLK, Martin Luther King, Jr., and how he taught us we were all equal in God's eyes and that Jesus was the answer to uniting us into one people under God.
02/07/2014 by Rubel Shelly
Phillip Morrison writes about the Apollo 8 moon orbit and the famous earthrise photo taken by the astronauts orbiting the moon in what otherwise would have been a disastrous year for America.
12/22/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Rubel Shelly reminds us that we can refuse to climb into the pigeonholes that other people have made for us because we know who our real Father is.
09/06/2013 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us that behind the great 42 of Jackie Robinson was a heart of faith and willingness to honor Jesus in the way he dealt with injustice, hatred, and prejudice.
05/03/2013 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
Phil Ware reminds himself that he didn't have any right to expect the grace of God to be shared with him since he wasn't a child of Abraham by race and was included only because of God's mercy.
05/05/2008 by Phil Ware
With very different types of issues emerging recently on the issue of race, why not look at some Scriptures to see how God feels about this issue.
04/16/2007 by Phil Ware
The healing of the madman and the reaction of the crowd remind us once again that people are often prejudiced against anything that costs them something even if it benefits other people.
10/27/2006 by Paul Faulkner
Jackie Robinson demonstrated true courage when he handled himself in an exemplerary manner when becoming the first black to play pro baseball in the major leagues.
06/14/2006 by Alan Smith