I find myself perched in the perfect spot on the timeline of my life. I can finally let go of any perceived letdowns or guilt of the past, and fully embrace the future with whatever energy I can muster up. I’m well past the midpoint, I’m sure.Read more
Recent photos of empty streets and parking lots leave me feeling uneasy. Playgrounds and ballfields. Stadiums and universities. Restaurants and doctor’s offices. School buildings and churches. Where did everybody go? I know how this happened,Read more
Dear God, You okay up there? By all appearances, your world has gone mad. Panicked in a way I’ve never seen. Our nightly television screens remind us how we’ve declined so quickly. Grocery store shelvesRead more
My son cradles his boy,
his soul and his heart.
Adventurers and warriors,
So prepared for the part.
I have the distinct advantage in this. Since I lost my own father when I was a baby, I get to choose. I spent my whole life watching Daddies in action, studying them to determine what characteristics I’d most need in a father.Read more
Following Jesus cannot be a one time occurrence any more than a bride and groom can go in separate directions after the wedding ceremony.Read more
But it’s in these moments of being real that I can truly reflect the light. God most likely had no intention of using my painting abilities to reach His world. He knew better.Read more
Have you ever wondered why we’ve been blessed so richly? Why God chose us for such a life of abundance?
The answer can be found here:
“You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion. and your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.” (2 Corinthians 9:11)Read more
Grief is like a long hike to the foot of a waterfall. It’s the toughest, most personal journey, and must be done alone.Read more
You asked us to be the body of Christ.
His hands, his feet, his arms, and his eyes.
You asked us to open our doors and our minds
To the hurt and rejected, so You they might find.
You warned they might hate us, but said to choose love
And promised to fill us with more than enough.