Words Display Who We Are

By Dr. Jack Graham

Our words reveal the true character and the spiritual maturity of our life.

Jesus said, “Out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks” (Luke 6:45). Further, Jesus said in Matthew 15:17, “…

It’s All His

By Ron Kelley

Many believe that money and our faith—even the mere discussion of them—are two things that do not mix well. The perception is that money leads the believer to spiritual destruction. As with any subject matter, we must …

Accountability with your Time

By Heiden Ratner

When it comes to church planting, the old saying is true, “Time is of the essence.” One thing a person can never get back is his or her time. Every second, minute and hour is a gift …

Strengths In Times Of Weakness

By Dr. Jack Graham

Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us (Psalm 62:8).

It is often in the very toughest of times and trials that God brings …

Intentionally Dating Your Spouse

By Shawn Callander

Take a moment to reflect on when you and your spouse first started dating. Those were exciting days, weren’t they? Most likely as you began to date, every Friday or Saturday was filled with a new adventure …

Virtues Make The Best Valentines

By Dr. David McKinley

Valentine’s Day is near, and the scramble is on for flowers, gifts, cards and, of course, chocolates. Charles Shultz once said, “All you need is love, but a little chocolate now and then never hurts.” Can …

The Cure for Conflict

By Dr. Jack Graham

James, ever pragmatic, ever personal, speaks to us in chapter 4 of his book about a problem we all face. It’s the problem of conflicts and how to resolve them.

Some of us remember the fears …

Coming to Life

By Jarrett Stephens

It’s been said that “man can live 40 days without food, about three days without water and four minutes without air. But we cannot live for four seconds without hope.” Ezekiel is a passage all about hope. …

Five Lessons To Help You Enjoy A Lasting Marriage

By Dr. Jack Graham

My wife, Deb, and I have been married for 48 years—and we’re still best friends.

We loved each other before we got married, at just 19 and 20, when we were college students. But even after …

An Immutable Truth: The Health of Marriage and Ministry Intrinsically Connected

By Jonathan Teague

I love my wife. For 15 years and counting, she has been my best friend, my confidant, …