When someone’s life comes to an end, young or not so young, there is always an invitation for deep reflection. Death is poignant, and at the same time full with assurance and promise because of the faithfulness of God’s love, and what that faithfulness sparks in us. It’s interesting how things work in harmony, separate events strung together by a thread or two of faith. … Continue reading fight the fight, continue the race, keep the faith
Here is what God promises: “Whatever happens, I’m going to be with you, you can count on it” (Psalm 23 and Matthew 28). Jesus said, “For (God) gives his sunlight to both the evil and the good, and he sends rain on the just and the unjust alike” (Matthew 5:45). Continue reading mixed emotions #MyFloridaPrayer
This is good stuff! This is what I’m talking about when I say life is rich, and good, and a gift I’m constantly grateful for. Continue reading passion – for ministry and for living this good life!
May the Creator – the God of peace, love, and compassion – fill you with the life and strength you need in this hour. Continue reading Hurricanes, Grandchildren, and Great Food (it’s a Friday Feast!)
When we choose to follow Jesus every new day, living out from that transformative orientation, then fights, disputes, proving points, and arguments are nothing more than a distraction from what really matters, and that is living in love. Continue reading so what if you think you’re “right” – are you listening to Jesus?
I’m not saying I believe the future is necessarily going to be any kind of easy. But I do believe in the one who holds the future, and I believe that my grandson David’s generation have so much enthusiasm, and brilliance, and love to give. Continue reading first day of school – hope and promise