There are a few moments in life one can never forget. I’ll never forget the day my wife was rushed into the surgery room for an emergency C-section. My first son was born that day. I’ll never forget when my wife had to go through labor to deliver our baby daughter, Jordan. We went in … More Love Like Jesus
A strange and disorienting experience is not something to be feared or avoided, but something to be welcomed and embraced. God stretches and shapes me most when I am out of my comfort zone, unable to exist in cruise-control, uncertain of the outcome, unwilling to go back to the way things were. Even though I … More Surprise!
“To you I lift up my eyes, O you who are enthroned in the heavens!” (Psalm 123:1 NRSV) When I am frustrated, confused, tired and feeling hopeless, I don’t lift up my eyes to the LORD. I don’t trust in God like I say I do. My actions and my attitude often reveal my lack of faith. … More Refuge
I wrote the following devotional for a ministry publication entitled “Resourceful,” published by David C Cook. It is based on the lyrics to the song “Make a Way” by Jason Ingram and Jon Egan (released by Integrity Music on Desperation Band’s 2014 recording entitled “Banners”). I was listening exclusively to this album, and this song … More Make A Way
Christmas Eve – All the hype. All the hurry. All the hustle… gently giving way to hope, culminating in one glorious, miraculous night. God entering our story like never before – in the fullness of time – a child born under the law, to redeem those under the law, to usher in the Kingdom of God: … More Christmas Eve
“So the ransomed of the Lord shall return, and come to Zion with singing; everlasting joy shall be upon their heads; they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away.” (Isaiah 51:11 NRSV) This picture was captured April 22nd, 2014, on the top of the property at Potter’s Inn (Divide, CO). … More Return With Singing
It’s an altogether strange emotion, loneliness. How can a person feel the pain of loneliness when surrounded by so many friends? One hears the welcome refrain “we love you” over and over, yet it doesn’t seem to make the path any less lonely. Why? Sometimes the journey of faith leads one through a series of … More The Way of Getting Small