Hangman with a 4th Grader

Hangman with a 4th Grader

The other day I was having lunch with a friend and her 4th-grade son named Chase. In all regards, he is like any other 4th grader you might come across, but he asked me a question that astounded me. We talked about God, and I don’t remember the specifics of the...
Unanswered Prayer

Unanswered Prayer

Image by Daniela Jakob from Pixabay In recent weeks I have traded some messages with a young man who has walked away from his Christian faith. I asked if he was willing to discuss the reasons behind it all, and he was very open to the idea. As we communicated and...
Loving Without an Agenda

Loving Without an Agenda

Most of us have heard businessmen talk about a ‘return on their investment.’ If anyone has watched the show Shark Tank, then you know exactly what I am talking about. Contestants come on the show and try to sell their products to any of the wealthy...
Reflection

Reflection

Two or three times a week, I will head out for a spot to take some sunset pictures. The other day the horizon was cloudless, which does not offer much variety for photos; nevertheless, the few minutes are still enjoyable, quiet, pleasant, and reflective. As I watched...
A Unique World View

A Unique World View

I recently had an engaging conversation with an acquaintance about a wide variety of topics. Ranging from life after death, near-death experiences, child-parent relationships, and the value of human beings. At one point, I mentioned one of the novel features of...
The Power of Words

The Power of Words

It could certainly be argued that any impact Christianity is having on American culture is largely by God’s grace – in spite of his people, not because of them. – George Barna, Vital Signs, 1984 “Claude Lemieux was considered one of the best...
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