Phillip Morrison talks about the incarnation of God in human flesh in Jesus and the parable of the birds to explain why God had to do it.
12/27/2014 by Phillip Morrison
Rubel Shelly reminds us of the keys to following Jesus by pulling our leg about a bunch of rules for building a snowman.
11/12/2013 by Rubel Shelly
Rick Brown reminds us of a messy Christmas long ago and the messy time in which Jesus was born.
12/20/2011 by Rick Brown
Tom Norvell compares Jesus' coming and our being generous to being prepared for a winter storm.
01/17/2011 by Tom Norvell
Rick Brown writes about a rare snowfall in Houston and how the wonder of it all, then the reality and boredom of it all, parallel the sense of wonder we have with Jesus.
12/21/2010 by Rick Brown
Tom Norvel talks about being disappointed in a predicted snowfall that was nothing more than a light dusting.
03/03/2009 by Tom Norvell
Donna Riggs shares how God used a snow storm to prevent disaster for her church family.
02/15/2009 by Donna Riggs
Mike Barres talks about a hunting trip with his wife and how they were so thankful for just heat and food and the simple things of life.
05/08/2008 by Mike Barres
Lisa Mikitarian shares some beautiful insights on the beauty of a heavy snow and how Jesus comes to us and offers to do the same -- bring peace to our hectic and harried worlds.
01/08/2008 by Lisa Mikitarian
Rubel Shelly reminds us of a hard story from last year about James Kim who risked everything to get help for his family, and he reminds us that Jesus did the same thing for us in leaving heaven.
12/18/2007 by Rubel Shelly
A horrible storm in the United States Pacific Northwest helps slow things down enough for folks to remember some key truths from God.
01/11/2004 by Dr. Karen Buchanan
I'm convinced that God must know how to smile -- maybe even laugh right out loud. I think that's one of the reasons he gave us puppies.
01/02/2004 by Russ Lawson
God is always there to see us through.
01/01/2004 by Melva Cooper
When we travel with God, things might be a little uncomfortable sometimes, but we have a wonderful and exciting journey of joy.
12/26/2003 by Kelly Breece