Tom Norvell challenges us to move beyond mere intellectual belief of Psalm 121 to putting it into practice everyday.
10/12/2008 by Tom Norvell
Mike Barres reminds us to move things around in our schedules to fit our priorities.
09/18/2008 by Mike Barres
Russ Lawson shares some things from his granddaughter that helps us understand that we are God's children.
06/15/2008 by Russ Lawson
Mike Barres reminds us that we so easily get our focus on things down here and not on the Lord who can help us with our lives and help us solve our problems.
01/31/2008 by Mike Barres
Leah Adams remembers a friend who had gone to be with God and a song sung at her funeral that reminds us all the God longs to walk with us and talk with us and tell us we are his very own.
07/12/2007 by Leah Adams
We need to move beyond merely getting folks saved to getting them to grow as followers, disciples of Jesus, who walk the walk and not just talk the talk.
12/30/2006 by Mike Barres
It's not how many days we have, but how we use those days for God that matter -- or to say it differently, it is not how far we walk, but how we walk in the miles we cover that matter most.
12/05/2006 by Patrick D. Odum
Our love for the cool of the day after the hot day of work is a reminder of our need to be close to God and his desire to have us close.
10/22/2006 by Bill Sherrill
God is so big that he is greater than heart and can help us overcome the daily grind in all its mundane sameness.
08/16/2006 by Sarah Stirman
So many things we put off only get worse and become a great bigger mess because we don't fix them right now!
05/06/2006 by Cary Branscum
We don't usually sink into sin all of a sudden, but it is a gradual thing that leads us away when we do not call on the Lord for help.
01/22/2006 by Russ Lawson
A cowboy helps us ask ourselves whether or not we are all talk or if we walk the talk?
05/13/2005 by Alan Smith
Taking a dog out for a walk proves to be a convicting moment about our stupidity in not staying close to God.
02/05/2005 by Russ Lawson
God is blind to our sin because the blood of Jesus continually purifies us when we are walking in the light.
10/21/2003 by Russ Lawson