This is the Lord’s declaration. I will look favorably on this kind of person: one who is humble, submissive in spirit and trembles at My word. – Isaiah 66:2b (HCSB)
Our church blesses Waylon each year by giving him a sabbatical to rest and recharge during the month of July. It’s a time we look forward to each summer. In order to make the most of the time off, I am going to unplug from my blog. I look forward to reconnecting with you in August. … More Unplugging for the Month of July
Demented. Deranged. Unhinged. Hatred. These were the type words used in the news I heard the day after an attempted assassin brutally wounded Congressman Steve Scalise and three others. Sadly, it seems he intended to leave much more carnage. It was premeditated and deliberate. Had it not been for two valiant police officers on the … More The Clock is Ticking, America!
I thank my God every time I remember you. – Philippians 1:3 Please share your favorite blog post or thought from the past four years!
I’m thinking my smartphone is too smart. Yours? For example, when I am away from home, completely unsolicited it tells me how many minutes it would take to get back home. But what if I don’t want to know that, or what if I’m not going home? But the one that really bugs me is when … More Is My Smartphone too Smart?
What is your ministry? If you are like most people, you are thinking, “I don’t have a ministry. My pastor does.” Well, there’s just one problem with that kind of thinking. It’s not biblical. That’s right. It is not biblical. Every Christian has a ministry. Ephesians 2:10 makes it quite clear. “For we are God’s … More A Big Zero
Needless to say, the second round of the NBA Finals for the most part has been plain boring. Except for an unexpected upset Sunday night when the Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavs, the games haven’t been worth watching. I have actually turned the television off before several of the games ended. However, Monday night … More A Class Act