Kasey Pipes shares very personal observations about Washington, D.C., politics, humility, blogging, writing, and pride.
01/11/2014 by Kasey Pipes
Max Lucado writes about the high cost of doing God's work and the hope, joy, and crown we will glory in when we go to be with Jesus and it will be all about people!
07/22/2013 by Max Lucado
Max Lucado reminds us that pride often keeps us in failure and compounds mistakes and sinks us deeper in sin.
08/24/2012 by Max Lucado
Rubel Shelly talks about the best places to work and how it isn't all about money.
11/11/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us of the New Coke debacle and also reminds us to not let our pride keep us from admitting we were wrong.
05/25/2010 by Rubel Shelly
Mike Barres challenges us to die to self so we can catch fire with the Spirit of the Lord.
08/04/2009 by Mike Barres
Phil Ware shares a Mothers' Day story of God's grace and the reunion of a family brought together through adoption.
06/05/2009 by Phil Ware
Ann Voskamp shares about a recent burial she was happy to attend, and in the process, put the world back into its upright position.
05/15/2008 by Ann Voskamp
Kimberli Brackett reminds us that it is easy to slip into the role of being prideful and a snob who hurts others because of our silly and stupid pridefulness.
06/10/2007 by Kimberli J. Brackett
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
We are not God, we are not in control, and so we need to surrender and let God take control of our lives.
10/18/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Being unwilling to learn new things is a key to failure and an arrogance based in false pride and stubborn prejudice.
02/16/2005 by Rubel Shelly
We take ourselves way too seriously and end up adding unnecessary stress to our lives.
05/12/2004 by Bill Sherrill
Trying to impress others nearly always means we embarrass ourselves.
03/12/2004 by Alan Smith
We are like sheep, who go astray and need to be brought back; but in our pride we often act like cats and pretend we did nothing wrong.
02/21/2004 by Bill Sherrill