Coming to God

A substitute for prayer?

Amazed and Alive

And that’s the way it is!

And What Gets You Out Of Bed?

Animals, Accountants, Athletes, and Thank-You

Back To School

Baptism And Coming To God (1)

Baptism And Coming To God (2)

Blind Spots And Open Eyes

Broken Bread And Crushed Grapes

Centering Ourselves

Clutter, Clutter, Everywhere . . .

Dependence And Obedience

Divorced From His Father

Doing The Right Thing For The Right Reason

Dying To See

Exploring Spirituality

Faith And Coming To God (1)

Faith And Coming To God (2)

Faith And Philosophy

Flipping The Script

Four Of God’s Favorite Words

Funeral For A Friend

God’s Holiness And Our Hope

God’s New Creation

God’s Redeeming Curse (1)

God’s Redeeming Curse (2)

God’s Redeeming Curse (3)

Grace And Coming To God

Grace And Discipleship

Grace, Faith And Transformation

Growing A Greater Vision Of God

Guilt, Shame And Grace

Hand Grenades, Barbeque, And Frontier Law

Hello August

How Deep The Father’s Love For Us

Hypocrisy And Heart-Guarding

Intimacy With God

It Always Works That Way

It Feels Real And Is True

Jesus And Dead End Streets

Listening To God

Living With Open Hands

Loaves And Fishes

Lost And Found

Lotteries And Lousy Lords

Making All Things New

More Like Jesus

No Reason To Go Back

Oneness With God

Opening Our Eyes

Pain Management

Prayer

Puffed Up And Proud

Repentance And Coming To God

“Seeker” Is Our Status

Settling For Less

Taking Off Our Sandals

Thanks

The Best Thing About The Church

The Cosmos And Calvary

The Cross

The Ever Given and the Forgiven

The Fork In The Road

The Fruit Of Gratitude

The God Who Believes In Man (1)

The God Who Believes In Man (2)

The Season For Giving

The Thrill Of Hope

The Virtue Of Seeking

The Voice In The Wilderness

The Wise Old Owl

Too Big For The Birdhouse

Too Wonderful For Me

Understanding Sin

Until He Comes

What It Means To Follow Christ

Why Did God Create Man?

Wineskins, Patches, And New Life

Yearbooks And Anchors

You Can Be Good Without God (1)

You Can Be Good Without God (2)

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Published by A Taste of Grace with Bruce Green

I grew up the among the cotton fields, red clay and aerospace industry of north Alabama. My wife and I are blessed with three adult children and five grandchildren.

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