Max Lucado reminds us of the grace and love shown to us in the crown of thorns Jesus wore to the cross.
01/14/2018 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware reminds us that in Jesus, we are friends, and our friendships reach around the world, across cultures, and unite us in one family.
10/31/2017 by Phil Ware
Tom Norvell reminds us that true piety is about quiet, anonymous, kind acts of service and generosity for others done to honor God and not ourselves.
01/21/2016 by Tom Norvell
He moved about the room like a tornado comprised of stickers, kittens, lollipops and pure joy.
04/14/2015 by Ben Steed
Heather Gray shares a devotional on death and love and the power of God through it all for families who are deployed in harms way and she speaks with the authenticity of someone who knows because her husband David Gray was killed in Afghanistan.
05/26/2014 by Heather Gray
Tim Woodroof talks about the values of churches and distinguishes between the values that are and the values that churches feel like they should have.
09/22/2013 by Tim Woodroof
Ron Rose deals with a person who has had very difficult times and feels that prayer is not acted upon by God even if he hears them and that miracles are for times gone by.
07/20/2013 by Ron Rose
Phil Ware continues his series on The Story by looking at Peter's confession of Jesus and how Jesus takes flawed, broken, messed-up people and builds his church that is unstoppable.
03/17/2013 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly visits a kiln that fires ceramics and helps us think through the importance of purifying our imperfections.
03/30/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Tom Norvell reminds us of the overwhelming deep love the Father has for us and reminds us that he gives us glimpses of this in a good father's relationship and love for his children.
07/11/2011 by Tom Norvell
This is a simple meditation on the meaning of the Shepherd Psalm, Psalm 23.
02/01/2011 by Anonymous
Tom Norvel talks about being disappointed in a predicted snowfall that was nothing more than a light dusting.
03/03/2009 by Tom Norvell
Mike Barres reminds us that we all reach times in our lives when our best efforts are not enough, but God can do what needs to be done if we will persevere, fast, and pray.
05/24/2008 by Mike Barres
Mike Barres reminds us that waiting is hard, but God's timing is always best.
06/05/2007 by Mike Barres
We get so caught up in the fluff we forget the focus of God, like justice and mercy.
12/20/2006 by Jamie Shell & Brent Nidiffer
Fasting is a way to draw closer to God.
10/15/2006 by Scott Owings
Jesus doesn't live up to our expectations, because God has more planned for us than what we can imagine.
02/17/2006 by Paul Faulkner
All around us are people who are grace stories -- people who have opened up to God and received his grace and had their hard lives changed for the better.
02/16/2006 by Ron Rose
We make all these plans and get upset when they don't unfurl like we want, but God often has other plans!
12/03/2005 by Sarah Stirman
Our faith can either be real and shaping us to be useful to God or it can be discarded or nothing more than a good luck charm.
11/14/2005 by Phil Ware
We often take our own sin too lightly and need to be shocked into realization of how bad it is.
10/28/2005 by Alan Smith
God has a message of comfort for you in His word if you will only read it.
07/01/2005 by Alan Smith
We must learn to make our use of time a holy enterprise.
06/07/2005 by Rubel Shelly
We get behind and stay behind because we don't pray.
02/15/2005 by Phil Ware
We face temptation to sin, but sin is an old, dying, worthless lizard's tail.
01/29/2005 by Bruce Wadd