most meaningful stories emerge out of interruptions and disruptions to our otherwise neatly planned lives.
The past seven days have produced so much worth writing about it's like the perfect illustration for the "live like you mean it" imperative
the beautiful privilege of living in the light comes also with the responsibility to follow Jesus in such a way that others are invited into the story.
it is good to take pause when and where we can, and to understand this world from the perspective of mountains, where the long view is the only view that counts
Understatement of the millennia, Hebrew poet who penned The Creation Story; it should be more like "God checked out God's creation work and - BAM! - it was beyond spectacular!"
thirty-one awesome photographs around Bermuda
To be honest, it's always mystified me why church attendance goes down in the summer. Sure, when you're on a boat it's impossible to show up at church building; but the majority of the time, no matter where we are, there's pretty much nothing that can stop us from gathering with some community of faith, some church, some body of believers.
The heavens tell about the glory of God. The skies show that his hands created them. Day after day they speak about it. Night after night they make it known. But they don’t speak or use words. No sound is heard from them. Yet their voice goes out into the whole earth. Their words go…
Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. – Isaiah 43:19 Rebekah and I are finishing off the final few days of our vacation here in Richmond with Naomi, Craig, and the grandchildren. But…
The community of Washington is joining my growing list of “new favorite towns.” Here in North Carolina so far it’s Wake Forest, Black Mountain, Ashville, West Jefferson, Manteo, New Bern, and now Washington. There’s an accessible riverfront, a well-preserved downtown, great period architecture, not too much damage from the architectural blight of the 60’s and…