How to Show Her You Care This Valentine’s Day
What are some great ways you can make your wife feel loved and special on Valentine’s Day?
Marking Moments with Your Family
The best way to make memories is to learn how to “mark moments.” When moments are marked, memories are made. In the Old Testament, whenever
Christmas Family Advent Experience No. 5 – Christmas Day
A Family Night Experience from Teaming Life with Robert & Pamela Crosby Theme for Experience #5: THE BABY IS BORN – Celebrating Jesus
6 Ways to Increase Your Joy TODAY!
We know Christians are supposed to be joyful people. And we realize that joy is a result of having the Spirit of God in us. . .that among all the
LOVE & HONOR: Drawing “Circles” Around Your Spouse
Have you ever found yourself in a circle of honor? I [Robert] did for just a few minutes many years ago. They were life-transforming
Teaming Insight: The Circles Jesus Drew
As churches endeavor to find more effective and fulfilling ways to engage people in ministry, the team approach is one that also fits the renewed
Getting Through YOUR Gethsemanes.
Watching a 3-D movie without 3-D glasses is a bland and boring experience. Looking at your life through the wrong lens can be the same way.
It Can Shut You Down … If You Let It.
The best “insurance policy” you can have to guard you from discouragement is friendship. Discouragement pulls us away from the thing we need most
Gracious moments. We can’t live without them. When we extend grace to others, despite our flaws and weaknesses, we reflect something of the very
An Interesting Elevator Ride: The Book That Sparks Opinion
If you ever want to make an elevator ride interesting, just casually ask the fellow riders in the car what they think about THE BIBLE. And, then,
A LifeWord: Off the Pages & Into Your Heart
“The life is in the speaking words.” A.W. Tozer God wants to breathe a word into your soul and over your life. Did you know that? It happened to
What the Wilderness Tabernacle Reveals About Intimacy.
Rod Cooper, a professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, describes intimacy as “INTO-ME-SEE!” I like that. It says much about what