James Nored and Phil Ware remind us of God's grace: both his common grace and his sacrificial grace meant to save us from our sinful failures and save us to share his gracious purposes with the world.
04/06/2017 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Steve Hemphill reminds us of the great power for those of us who believe God is still the Great I AM and who intervenes to bless and empower his people today.
09/25/2016 by Steve Hemphill
Russ Lawson shares a humorous story about eating off his dog's plate, getting the flu, and also dealing with his own stupid actions in his spiritual life and in his relationships.
09/06/2010 by Russ Lawson
As I was flying out of Abilene this past summer, I looked out the airplane window and admired how green Texas was.
10/15/2008 by Karen Presley
Paul Faulkner reminds us that we need to live for the present to help others and keep our focus on the matters of the Kingdom rather than let our lives get filled with regret for the past.
11/09/2007 by Paul Faulkner
Despite common misconceptions, freedom is not granted by governments, nor won on a battlefield. True freedom comes from God and God alone.
07/04/2007 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
We have to show mercy to others when they let us down because we need mercy for our mistakes and mess ups!
07/08/2006 by Mike Barres
When the world sees us, do we show that we are willing to admit our failures and seek to make things right?
10/05/2005 by Russ Lawson
I messed up by assigning the wrong author to the article, but I'm not going to rationalize my mistake away!
02/06/2005 by Phil Ware
Children seem to learn better from their mistakes than we as adults do, especially when it comes to sinful things.
09/23/2004 by Russ Lawson
Having good intentions doesn't offset bad decisions, actions, or words.
07/10/2004 by Rubel Shelly
When we try to do things by our own insight, we invariably end up blowing up everything; we need to go to God to help us through our messes!
02/04/2004 by Patrick D. Odum