Warren Baldwin reminds us of what God has entrusted us with to invest in our lives in ministry and receive interest on his investment.
01/11/2009 by Warren Baldwin
Sarah Stirman reflects on the holiday blues, the ending of Christmas, and the extravagance and expense of the holiday, both modern and old.
01/02/2009 by Sarah Stirman
Tom Norvell reminds us that a step in the right direction is a good beginning.
12/14/2008 by Tom Norvell
Rubel Shelly shares a great story of how simple kindness and candy help heal old wounds and made friends out of enemies.
08/02/2008 by Rubel Shelly
Rubel Shelly helps us see how money buys happiness, by using it to help others who are in need!
08/01/2008 by Rubel Shelly
God’s plan for us is not to eliminate suffering in our lives, but to teach us to look past it.
06/11/2008 by Tim Archer
It was a haunting sound, carried by the wind as it seemed to float around those of us gathered there. The lone bugler sounding Taps
05/21/2008 by Bill Brant
Mike Barres talks about a hunting trip with his wife and how they were so thankful for just heat and food and the simple things of life.
05/08/2008 by Mike Barres
Some people see Christianity like a rewards program, where you earn the right to go to heaven by doing enough good things. That's not what the Bible says.
05/07/2008 by Tim Archer
Alan Smith uses a story by Elie Wiesel to help make the point that sometimes we have to do things that seem even futile because we don't want to be changed into something we don't want to be.
04/04/2008 by Alan Smith
Russ Lawson gives us an insight into Jesus' ministry by comparing him to a human interface device -- a keyboard.
12/08/2007 by Russ Lawson
Phil Ware talks about a university honoring students for their acts of service and it leads him to wonder how we honor God's servants today.
12/03/2007 by Phil Ware
Rubel Shelly reminds us that life's purpose rather than externals or someone else trying to make us happy is the real key to peace and joy in life.
11/06/2007 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware shares his father's values in a letter to his children Zachary and Megan
10/29/2007 by Phil Ware
Patrick Odum reminds us that we shouldn't get weary in doing kind acts of service simply because we can't see the results, because do good is a result all by itself.
09/22/2007 by Patrick D. Odum
Phil Ware writes a letter to his dad on Father's Day about missing him and about the questions he has.
06/17/2007 by Phil Ware
Phil Ware uses Memorial Day to think about the cost of war and the ultimate sacrifice of a friend named Roy who lived through World War II, the assault on Normandy Beach and the Battle of the Bulge.
05/28/2007 by Phil Ware
Remembering the blood shed for our freedom, we must remember Jesus Christ.
05/23/2007 by Bill Brant
What will it take for us to realize our great value to God simply because he wants us to love him and be with him?
03/11/2007 by Amy Grant
Sometimes we find ourselves unhappy with where we are and look back to the good ol' days just like Israel did in turning their hearts back to Egypt.
01/21/2007 by Russ Lawson
Light a stuck anchor prevents a boat from advancing or moving, so we often get stuck in our pasts and can't go forward until we get rid of the dead weight that weighs us down and holds us back.
12/31/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Family fights, shopping mall stampedes, world unrest and wars all will continue through the Christmas season, but we should not be surprised: Jesus came to save our fractured world.
12/18/2006 by Phil Ware
A trip around the Mall in Washington, D.C., leads Tom to reflect on how much he hates war and how he longs for the peace of Christ.
12/16/2006 by Tom Norvell
Rubel reminds us that Christmas is the season for many things depending on who we are. So let's use this season to be a blessing and not to stir trouble and let's do it responsibly and with grace.
12/12/2006 by Rubel Shelly
Using something for free almost every weekend of the year for a parking lot reminds a church that they don't own what they use; we need to learn that same thing as God's children.
12/03/2006 by Alan Smith