Grounded in Faith

A season for everything

In Ecclesiastes 3:1, Solomon wrote: “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven.” Do you see two similar words in that verse? Time and season both describe measurable durations – when something begins or ends. Maybe like you, I have read this passage countless times, but this week, God illustrated…


Private battles

Everyone has their private battles, you may never know from looking on the outside that on the inside there is something that is breaking in them.


“That you may”

Offering purpose and demonstrating intentionality,'That you may" puts things in right order. God uses this phrase to get to the heart of what matters in our lives.


The impossible mentor?

Our esteem for Jesus’ life of obedience to the Father and our desire to be “just like Jesus” does battle with the deep-seated notion that it is impossible to be like him.


The importance of context

Every time I think of the importance of reading and studying the bible in context, I think of Jeremiah 29:11 because it perhaps is the darling of all quoted verses without regard to context.  When I overhear it being shared in a conversation, I wonder if the “quotee” fully understands the ramifications of the context…


A gift within you

It cometh in the morning. C.S. Lewis was surprised by it. On deathbeds, people actually choose it. Those who sow in tears now will reap it later. It is our strength; it is our song. It is the one thing that, by some miracle dropped straight from Heaven, our grief can turn into. (John 16:20) It is this: Joy.… Where can we find 


Page 20 of 26« First...10...1819202122...Last »
On the Air

LIFE 101.9

Recently Played


Listen Live
On the Air

LIFE 101.9

Search LIFE 101.9