January 1st, New Years Day marks the beginning of the Season of Epiphany on our liturgical calendar. Basically, the word Epiphany means something like a surprising discovery, a moment when you suddenly feel that you understand, or suddenly become conscious of, something that is very important to you. The general topic of the Epiphany and…Details
Later in his career, the British actor, A.E. Matthews, found himself dealing with occasional forgetfulness. In a play in which he was cast, Matthews was in a scene in which he walked across a room, answered the phone and engaged in conversation, the content of which was crucial to the plot. When he picked up…Details
On July 30th, 2013, with great anticipation I entitled my initial article “Now That We Have Begun.” On October 24, 2016, it is with a sense of bitter-sweetness that I write my last article. Bitter at having to leave you, but pleased and thankful for the ministry we have had together. We indeed have had…Details
While there are a number of other topics I really want to share with you, I inevitably am drawn to the multitude of things taking place around us as far as the eye technologically can see. The negative so greatly outpaces the good that it is just overwhelming! The Sixth Commandment, e.g., not only has…Details
We are extraordinary beings. We are a mélange (It’s OK to use your dictionary) of walking, talking, living, breathing contradictions. God has told us over and over never to worry. That’s right—we sin when we do worry. Yet it is God Himself who has gifted us with an astounding capacity to worry! Even the great…Details
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