Daily Devotionals

  • Hats Off to Birthdays

    Hey, today’s my birthday! Don’t ask . . . I’m trying not to think about how many candles I’ll have on the cake. But it hasn’t always been like that. There was…

  • Joy of Loving Jesus

    Ever been in love? If so, you know what it means to be preoccupied. I met my wife Martie in the fall of our freshman year at college. It didn’t take…

  • From Fear to Faith

    I have a friend who says, “Through the years I have seen a lot of things change, and I have been against them all!” Change can be very unsettling. It interrupts…

  • The More Things Change . . .

    I’ll admit it—I’m a raving fan of change. I’m delighted that I can “Google” information, watch HD-TV, take pictures digitally, and send and receive e-mails. Though I hate to date myself,…

  • Let Me Show You to Your Room

    Every once in a while when I travel to speak at a conference, the organization puts me up in a five-star hotel. You know the type—lobbies with lavish flower arrangements, a…

Weekly Messages

  • A New Community People Part 1

    Love was the focus of Christ’s last words to His disciples before going to the cross. Join Joe Stowell in turning to John 13 for a thought-provoking discussion about Jesus’ commandment…

  • Prophet Overboard

    Discover how God wants you to balance an attitude of compassion for sinners with an appropriate response to the ugliness of sin in this message on the book of Jonah. Joe…

  • Playing on a Winning Team

    Are you playing on the “winning team”? In this powerful message on Genesis 41, Joe Stowell reminds you that even though we live in a treacherous world, we can’t forget our…

  • A Savior for All People

    This week we are featuring a special Christmas message from Joe, which was originally recorded at the Moody Bible Institute. As we read Luke’s gospel, we learn about the important role…

  • The New Covenant Part 3

    Discover what it means to live “inside out” in this continuing message on “The New Covenant.” As Joe Stowell explains, it’s easy—and dangerous—to slip into the habit of basing your faith…