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I told you I was having surgery for hydrocephalus – I did. Not pleasant but it’s like a miracle. I no longer walk side to side like I’m drunk. I no longer fall dawn. I no longer drag my feet […]

This is Sunday night before the surgery on Monday morning…Thank you for your prayers. I have a deep sense of peace. I feel God’s presence and am grateful for His tender loving care. What do people do who don’t believe […]

I have written a book about fear: Fear Not Tomorrow, God is Already There. I base it on the fact that Jesus is the exact representation of God. So I took a look over Jesus’ shoulder as He interacted with […]

Today is Memorial Day – a day of remembering those who paid the ultimate price for our freedoms. God is big on remembering. He exhorted the Hebrew children to always remember how he delivered them from bondage in Egypt. The […]

Divorce within the Church has been controversial. I have talked to so many who have been wounded by Church teaching. I thought it was the “unforgivable sin”. Some church traditions have taught that divorce is not permitted unless there is […]

This has been a long cold Winter and it doesn’t look like it is over yet! Spring likes to tease us throwing in a really warm day then dropping us on our heads with a cold temperature. I don’t like […]

It’s Resurrection Day! He is Risen! “Worthy art Thou, our LORD, to receive glory and honor and praise, for thou didst create all things and because of Thy will they existed and were created.”

They woke up on Saturday and asked themselves, “Was it real?”, “Did it really happen?” But as they scanned the horizon they could still see, in the distance the three crosses outlined against the sky. They stood as a terrible […]

We have entered Holy Week as we look toward the crucifixion and resurrection. I am always moved by the fact that as Jesus went to Jerusalem, “He resolutely set His face to go to Jerusalem” (Luke 9:51), even though He […]

As you can imagine, I have been thinking about heaven and what happens when we die in the last few weeks. The fact that my Father and Mother are together in heaven brings it closer. It gives me a warm […]