“For the Lord is our judge, the Lord is our lawgiver, the Lord is our king; he will save us.” ~ Isaiah 33:22 Earlier this week, I sat on a panel of three as we interviewed potential job candidates. The job entails working in two different buildings, so both building ...Read More »
Your Vindication is Coming!
False accusations and wrongful convictions, some carrying death sentences, occur in this country more often than most would believe. The Innocence Project indicates that currently there are 329 cases of wrongful conviction that have been exonerated by DNA, including 20 individuals who sat on death row! The reasons for these false convictions ...Read More »
Declare God’s Righteous Judgments
Immigration, health care, and so-called same-sex marriage seem to be front and center in the scopes of America’s courtrooms. But what is really at stake is personal liberty and religious freedom. That is, Americans are swiftly and suddenly finding themselves impacted in their daily lives not by laws they voted ...Read More »
Working Out: the Walk of Faith
A “Walk of faith” is a powerful metaphor to consider. A walk implies progress, movement and purpose. In the natural world, a walk offers multi-faceted blessings: the beauty of nature, the health of physical activity, the quieting of the typical frantic pace. Though I know those things are truth, the primary ...Read More »
How Does God See You?
Even for adults it can be a struggle to line up our thoughts to the truth of who we are according to our Maker. With all of the conflicting messages barraging teenagers, it must be difficult to maintain a healthy self-worth that is not inherently self-destructive. You are a young ...Read More »