Clean Heart

By Jacqui King
Jeremiah 31:31-34 * Psalm 51:1-12 * Hebrews 5:5-10 * John 12:20-33 Jacqui King is pastor of First United Methodist Church in College Station, TX. Pastor King holds an M.Div. from… read more

Avoiding Unnecessary Mistakes

By Shane Raynor
Have you ever given advice to someone knowing they were going to do the exact opposite of what you were telling them to do? It happens to me a lot, although I guess it's fitting… read more

Out Ahead into Galilee... and New Life

By Allan R. Bevere
After the Sabbath the women make their way to Jesus' tomb to lovingly finish their obligations toward their Lord. In haste, they could not complete the anointing of Jesus' body… read more

How to Handle a Handful

By Tricia Brown
The first time I met William was when my two-year-old punched him in the nose. Four-year-old William had a problem understanding personal space, and my son, the youngest of four… read more

Blue Like Jazz / Youth Discussion Guide

By Steve Case
Blue Like Jazz portrays Donald Miller's quest for meaning, a depth of faith, the realization that humanity is broken and imperfect, explorations of childhood misconceptions of… read more

Blue Like Jazz / Bible Study Guide

By Ashley-Anne Masters
Blue Like Jazz portrays Donald Miller's quest for meaning, a depth of faith, the realization that humanity is broken and imperfect, explorations of childhood misconceptions of… read more

Blue Like Jazz / Young Adult Discussion Guide

By Christian Piatt
Blue Like Jazz portrays Donald Miller's quest for meaning, a depth of faith, the realization that humanity is broken and imperfect, explorations of childhood misconceptions of… read more

Hunger Games, Gethsemane, and Golgotha

By Jeff Anderson
A confession. Last week I read the Hunger Games. Yeah, it was written for teenagers. But I wanted to stay current on my son's pop culture. Who really wants to read about teenage… read more

Facing Death

By Jenny Youngman
Finding Hope Whether it's a battle with terminal illness, the aftermath of a natural disaster, an accident that redirects the course of our lives, or just the out-of-nowhere… read more

Happy Easter! Again

By Melissa Slocum
Once again the Easter eggs are colored or hidden, the family is at church, and the lilies are aggravating people's allergies. We read the Easter story and prepare for our Easter… read more

Making Life Matter

By Shane Stanford
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Easter People

By Alex Joyner
Easter in a Name She was standing near the tomb, weeping. After all the loss and violence of the last few days, there was no room in her mind or her heart for anything else. Mary… read more
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