Phil Ware and James Nored, through word and video, remind us of our need to return to the Jesus-styled kind of life.
04/29/2018 by James Nored & Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on 'Ancient Wisdom, Today's Grace' and challenges us to follow Paul's example of using our songs to call us back to Jesus.
05/23/2017 by Phil Ware
The Christian life is meant to be lived out among non-believers, living in such a way that they can see who we are and eventually glorify God. A Christian life lived inside a building will never accomplish that.
05/18/2017 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware continues his series called, 'I Doubt It,' focusing this week on Jesus' tender act of washing the disciples' feet.
04/11/2017 by Phil Ware
Our churches can't afford to sit and wait for our neighbors to come to us. We must take the first step in connecting with those around us.
03/23/2017 by Tim Archer
We don’t have to change the entire service on account of those who might visit. But we should be aware of their anxieties and uncertainties, going out of our way to make them feel more at ease.
01/24/2017 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware reminds us of Jesus' idea of greatness and challenges us to follow the example of the often forgotten Onesiphorus, a "One-Who-Is-For-Us" friend.
01/17/2017 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
Phil Ware takes a moment to remind us of the importance of serving those who are caregivers and holding them up as heroes and recognizing that these people are considered precious in God's Kingdom.
11/09/2015 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware gets personal about the idols in his life and wanting to be re-Mastered by Jesus.
10/26/2015 by Phil Ware
When the Creator of everything came to this world, he came as a servant. And he came to die on a cross so that we could have life.
04/02/2015 by Tim Archer
I pray that my life may ever be focused on what I can do, not what I can stop doing. Even if the effects of age force me to limit my activities, may I ever be seeking ways to serve the Lord.
10/08/2014 by Tim Archer
Phillip Morrison talks about the greatest Christmas gift of all, the gift of forgiveness.
12/12/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Phil Ware continues his series on building a culture of honor, this time focusing on trust.
11/25/2013 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his series on building a culture of honor and focuses on Jesus washing his disciples' feet on the eve of his crucifixion.
11/18/2013 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware continues his five part series on yearning for the presence of God and shares with us ways to experience Immanuel, Jesus as God with us.
10/07/2013 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware reminds us that nothing we do in the Lord's name is insignificant, unimportant, or forgotten by God who loves us and remembers and rewards us for what we do.
06/09/2013 by Phil Ware
Greg Anderson shares the third in a series of articles from Interim Ministry Partners on greeting guests and welcoming others into our midst.
06/08/2013 by Greg Anderson
Phillip Morrison remembers a dear friend and patriot and faithful disciple named Bette Johnson.
05/26/2013 by Phillip Morrison
Rick Brown talks about Jesus not just missing from the nativity, but also from Christmas and from our lives and yet we can use this time to restore him to his rightful place in our lives.
12/15/2012 by Rick Brown
Church is about so much more than just showing up. It is about being with God.
10/17/2012 by Steve Ridgell
Knowing who we are and where we are going frees us to do anything that needs doing.
08/31/2011 by Tim Archer
Phil Ware talks about using our summers to do God's work.
06/13/2011 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us that religion has to do something and not just talk about a lot of things -- it must walk the talk, practice what you preach, and put your life where your mouth is.
02/07/2011 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly reminds us that any vocation can be ministry if we approach it with intention and the honoring of God.
12/06/2010 by Rubel Shelly