He replied, “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here … Continue reading Fear the Walking Faith…It’s a journey!
“Perfect goodness can never debate about the end to be attained, and perfect wisdom cannot debate about the means most suited to achieve it.” – C.S. Lewis Oh that’s right, … Continue reading 3rd Sunday of Advent Pondering: Seeking After Eternal 'Wisdom'…
Ten…?!(has it really been that long?) years agowords evaporated…they were ushered off tattered pages…where silence, like a vacuum filling that spaceAs if the Lamb, foretold in Revelationbreaking that seventh sealand … Continue reading When Words Fail Us…
8 In the same country there were shepherds in the fields. They were watching their flocks of sheep at night. 9 The angel of the Lord came to them. The shining-greatness of the … Continue reading Pastor's Pondering – 2nd Sunday of Advent: It's All About Worship!
Scripture Passage: “This is how Jesus the Messiah was born. His mother, Mary, was engaged to be married to Joseph. But before the marriage took place, while she was still … Continue reading Pondering on the 1st Sunday of Advent: “The Divine Invitation”
This is a helpful article that I came across recently that holds a lot of truth for any organization big or small, nonprofit or for profit. This could be beneficial … Continue reading 5 Common Causes of Organizational Dysfunction (Re-post)
Shortly after midnightsoft footfalls shatter silent slumberings…shaking quickly awake,cobwebs of dread flow with every thundering heart beat.groggily I peer through sleep crusted eyes asher hair,tangled and spilling everywhere… She pads … Continue reading Night Visitor
There other day, while dropping off my children at school, I had an epiphany. It wasn’t some sort of vision from heaven like Isaiah did in chapter six of his … Continue reading “The Art of Reconstruction”
Let me downlet my ashes drift hometried to loveyouthe sun set too soon. bones too brittlesmile worn thinit all comes downall broken in. sun setsdarkness fallseyelids flutterbroken wallsonce so strongbuilt … Continue reading Let me down.
The snow… began to fall,heavy the heartbound the frozen tearto cheeks crimson with cold. Decemberis almosthere.
O Lord, do not continuethis silent treatment for one more momentfor my heart can’t take it any longer. My soul is a dried up husk of what itused to be. … Continue reading Psalm 13 Revisited
“Listen to the mustn’ts, child. Listen to the don’ts. Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me… Anything can happen, … Continue reading Living In Boxes
When the light began to wan and the ember glow of dusk, casting shadows Tall, deep and foreboding… When I was a child my father, tall and impossibly strong, towered … Continue reading A Hero’s Song (A Poem)