Melissa Troyer writes with her unique and young mothering grace as she discovers new truths from an old familiar passage to discover, old stories have new truths when we come with fresh eyes and from a new place in our lives.
05/24/2022 by Melissa Troyer
Melissa Troyer reminds us of Jesus who brings peace in the worst of storms, both the early disciples in a boat and us in our troubled world.
01/26/2021 by Melissa Troyer
Max Lucado reminds us during this special week of a day that is so often neglected: Saturday, the Sabbath, when everything appears to be silent and that Satan has triumphed, yet lying still in the grave, Jesus' body belies the truth of God.
03/26/2016 by Max Lucado
Ann Voskamp reminds us that there is no harm in just listening, and there can be great healing and hope and transformation.
10/30/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Rubel Shelly reminds us about God's enfolding peace in the middle of life's worse storms and that this has been true for centuries.
05/16/2015 by Rubel Shelly
Teresa Bell Kindred shares her love for the rain, being still, thinking about the reason and purpose we are here, and Amy Purdy.
05/23/2014 by Teresa Bell Kindred
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.
Tammy Marcelain reminds us that we are able to realize that we are God's beloved when we take time to open ourselves to Him and be still and experience that God is with us and speaks to us in whispers.
08/29/2011 by Tammy Marcelain
Patrick Odum reminds us of the importance to rest, to have a Sabbath, to reboot.
04/27/2010 by Patrick D. Odum
Scott Owings shares how his work in hospice chaplaincy has helped him appreciate the things that the dying can teach us, especially about the difficult concept of the Trinity.
06/09/2009 by Scott Owings
Ann Voskamp uses a rolling California stop at a stop sign and has someone yell at her and it gets her thinking about all the stop signs she has been running.
06/05/2008 by Ann Voskamp
Rubel Shelly remembers famed mime Marcel Marceau and how the silence is powerful and helps us hear, especially hear the voice of God.
10/04/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Ron Rose reminds us that God is our Shepherd and he will comfort us, even during those awful times in the valley of the shadow of death.
09/29/2007 by Ron Rose
Teresa Bell Kindred shares with us her absent-minded follies because she is distracted from all of her hi-tech toys to which she is plugged in and she reminds us to get away and be with God.
07/07/2007 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Jane Vincenzi reminds us that our lives can get so cluttered with activity that we miss God and lose out on real life.
06/26/2007 by Jane Vincenzi
Trying to find time to be still and wait for God feels awfully impossible in our busy world today, so why not cry out to God in the struggles and noise you face today?
03/06/2007 by Rubel Shelly
We work hard and that is good, but we also need to rest faithfully and easily and enjoy the rest God has called us to keep.
09/04/2006 by Phil Ware
We all need to take a God-break a time when we get alone with God and be renewed and restored.
07/09/2006 by Russ Lawson
Not only must we be still and hear God, but he also longs to come to us in the busy rush of our daily lives.
05/04/2006 by Rubel Shelly
We all need more silence and solitude than we are getting in our busy world so let's start with just 5 minutes each day.
04/01/2006 by Rubel Shelly
God is calling us to be still, but he sometimes has to do radical things to get us to listen!
04/13/2005 by Kimberli J. Brackett
Be still, slow down, quit going at a break neck pace and know that God is God.
04/09/2005 by Joe Bagby
Sometimes we have to take a break from all the information overload!
01/06/2005 by Rubel Shelly
Sometimes God's greatest blessings are seen when things don't go exactly like we like them.
07/16/2004 by Kelly Breece
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