Reporter : By Steve Petroelje
  • Are You Humble and Thankful?

    Nebuchadnezzar went from the palace to the pasture soon after arrogantly proclaiming, “Is not this the great Babylon I have built as the royal residence, by my mighty power and for the glory of my majesty?” (v. 30). These were the arrogant words that came from his lips moments before God’s judgment fell on him. This mighty king was driven from society and ate grass like the cattle. He had ignored God’s warning through Daniel. Only when he humbled himself was he restored.
  • Everyone's Gift Matters

    Imagine the frustration a race car driver would feel if he pulled in for a pit stop only to see half of the pit crew remain on the other side of the wall. What if the tire changer sat sulking because he wasn't allowed to fill the gas tank? Would that lead to victory?
  • To God Be the Glory

    When we begin to understand God's glory and what he has done for us, we should respond by worshiping him. The psalmist makes it clear that God is worthy of praise. Families of nations and elements of nature praise and worship the creator, sustainer, and righteous judge.
  • Upward, Inward, Outward

    After a sloppy game, a basketball coach may spend an entire practice concentrating on the fundamentals—the basics of the game. These may include setting solid screens, squaring up to the basket, or rebounding with aggressiveness.