Contributed by David Yarbrough on Jul 23, 2001
Recently one of the testimonies at a Missions conference was so powerful it seemed to take the breath away from the people attending. It was the story of a blind woman by the name of Pani. She was listening to the Jesus film in her village as those with their sight were watching. Pani was greatly
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Dec 3, 2008
DON'T GET CAUGHT
So often people do what is wrong as long as they know they won't get caught. I've seen surveys where people were asked about doing certain things like stealing and having an affair if they were assured they would never get caught. Would they do them? Amazingly, some of the
Contributed by Michael Walther on Jul 11, 2011
GOD'S WORD IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL
I think you'll agree that all true and sincere spiritual movement in your life has been caused and created by the word of God.
I served for one year as a part-time chaplain at a mental hospital. One of my duties there was to help people suffering from chemical
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 4, 2011
INVALIDS' PRAYERS BRING REVIVAL
Max Lucado told of a church in Scotland back in the 1940s that was struggling to keep the doors open. A couple of its members were two older ladies who were invalids and couldn’t get out for worship any longer. But these ladies refused to allow their infirmities
Contributed by Glynda Lomax on Dec 27, 2014
“Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what happened.”
- Jennifer Yane
As you grow older, what’s inside you doesn’t change but your body changes, and it’s confusing to look in the mirror.
If you live your life as though you are a perpetual image contestant, your age is
Contributed by Tim Smith on May 28, 2015
Sam Dixon was the General Secretary of the United Methodist Committee on Relief. He died under the rubble in the Montana Hotel of Haiti, serving God while meeting with other relief agencies to work together to better help the Haitian people. When one serves God so faithfully and suddenly is killed,
Contributed by Tim Smith on Aug 13, 2017
One morning in December 2009, Bill McDonald read in the paper that a local man, Joe Day, was sick with small-cell lung cancer. That meant Day couldn’t assemble the magnificently lit, handcrafted Christmas displays that had made his house in Versailles, Indiana, an annual holiday pilgrimage site for
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
Teddy Stallard was an unattractive and unmotivated fifth grade boy.
His teacher, Mrs. Thompson found him difficult to like due to his deadpan, expressionless, unfocused stare.
She had to admit that down deep inside she took pleasure in marking his papers with red ink and making an F with a