Come and See

By Brett Younger
John 1:29-42 How would your life be different if you were not a Christian? For some of us who have lived surrounded by Christian people, it's hard to imagine, but what if you had… read more

What's Wrong with Playing the Lottery?

By Mike Poteet
'Tis the (Scratch-Off) Season Did you find lottery tickets in your Christmas stocking? Did you stuff some in someone else's? Every holiday season, state lottery agencies spend… read more

Another Diet

By Leanne Ciampa Hadley
Pursue love, and use your ambition to try to get spiritual gifts... (1 Corinthians 14:1a CEB) Like many people, I am almost always on a diet. I have tried counting calories, gave… read more

Christmas Miracle

By Don Underwood
On April 25th of 2013 I wrote a column about Max the dog. Max officially belonged to my grandson Liam, but I was keeping him at Siete Ranch. I wrote about how Max left for several … read more

Psalm 121

By Simon Peter Iredale
This week's psalm appears in my order of morning prayers, so I am reminded of God's constant presence with all human beings (and indeed, all created things) every morning. There… read more

Review: David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

By Eric Van Meter
The story of David and Goliath provides a metaphor that reaches far into American culture, from church to business to athletics. It is the quintessential celebration of the… read more

Worship for Kids: January 26, 2014

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Gospel: Matthew 4:12-23. For children, this is the key text of the day. Though few will be drawn into Matthew's concerns about where Jesus lived (vss. … read more

Praying in a Noisy World

By Rueben P. Job
It was a mystical moment for Peter, James, and John as they saw Jesus transformed before their eyes and then saw him speaking to Moses and elijah. They were so moved by their… read more

Sacred Edges

By Lisa Nichols Hickman
To live sacred lives requires that we liveat the edge of what we do not know.Anne Hillman Blank Spaces The, at its simplest, to pick up a pen and write in the… read more

Dear Pastors: Guard Your Online Pulpit

By Chad Holtz
My news feed has blown up over the last two days over two stories about the same thing: human sexuality. Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson was suspended from his reality TV show… read more

Psalm 130

By Simon Peter Iredale
This dramatic psalm has been a favorite even among those with no professed belief in God. It has been set to music many times and lurks thematically behind many pieces of art. I… read more

Jesus Is Presented in the Temple

By Lou Hornberger
Luke 2:25-38 A day after world leaders, celebrities, and royalty gathered to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, it was the people's turn to see their beloved leader. They came by the… read more
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