Writing may be my trade, but I understand the power of an image to tell a story - it's what I enjoy the most about photography.
Being church in the wake of Sutherland Springs: are we on the defensive, or still God’s open invitation?
So who are we? Are we an invitation... or a barrier... or a lighthouse... or a gatekeeper... or a discouragement... or an ambassador...?
You can watch and listen to both the message and the song by clicking here, on the WFPC Live-Feed. Rebekah's sermon begins at the 18:30 time-stamp and my song get's going right at 45:00. The song is not bad - the sermon is awesome!
It’s another beautiful Saturday here in Wake Forest. I’ve had this song floating around in my head – my spirit really – most of the morning. John Rutter’s “For the Beauty of the Earth.” For the beauty of the earth For the beauty of the skies For the love which from our birth Over and…
I wrote recently that beauty is inextricably connected to gratitude. I believe the same equation is at play when it comes
Texas will receive timely help from Washington, yes, but it won’t nearly scratch the surface of need. Churches, individuals, NGO’s (including Presbyterian Disaster Assistance), are already gearing up. Businesses from all over the USA will donate people and resources. But it still won’t cover all the need.
“Sin (hate) is crouching at your door; it desires to have you.” – God, Genesis 4 People have been asking me when I’m going to write about Charlottesville, and the troubling toehold white supremacist and other neofascist groups seem to have established in the landscape of contemporary American ideology. Well, I’ve been taking pause to observe,…