Tag: salvation

The Essence of Christmas

There is a phrase that has become quite common in today’s culture when people talk about their experiences. It usually ends with something like, “…this is my truth” or “…they spoke their truth” or “…they have the right to own their truth”. Their truth…hmm…as if truth is relative […]

Let There Be Light

The lights of the season are slowly appearing around our neighborhood and along our city streets.  Just here and there for now but in a few short days, most every house will be lit by a tree in the window or sparkling lights on the eaves.  There are […]

In The Wilds

For many years I just believed what someone told me was true, especially if that someone was in a position of authority over me. I heard the rhetoric, took it in, and towed the line on so many issues thinking that they must know more and I should […]

The Father I Know (three)

In the spring of ’81 we sold all of the cows and chickens and much of the farm equipment and officially ceased being farmers. I was not sad to see them go since I had never really liked farming; too much work for too little reward. For the […]

Give Or Take

There have been a couple of thoughts rattling around my mind the last few weeks; a set of ideas that I can’t seem to shake and am still not sure if I have figured out. Christmas is fast approaching and the age old tradition of giving gifts has […]

A Harvest Party!?

I have never understood Halloween; from either a secular point of view or a religious one. I wrote yesterday about the secular part, but really do not understand why Halloween has become accepted by many in the Christian community as well. I am not saying everyone in the […]

All We Really Need

It began with the sound of gentle rain on the roof. At about one in the morning it stirred my slumber and I woke as the soft pitter-patter became a drenching downpour. I listened as it washed away the hot summer dust and gave new hope to thirsty […]

First Vacation (enough said)

We argued all the way through the rest of Indiana and Kentucky and into Tennessee before finally getting to our campground…late and tired and in the dark…deciding that we should just agree to disagree and try to get some sleep. Neither of us slept very much…there are different […]

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