Today I begin with a confession. With shame, I admit that I used to have a slightly judgmental attitude toward the uninformed. I could not understand how anyone could be oblivious to current political issues–or worse yet, how anyone could be completely uninterested. Questions like, “Do you live in a ...Read More »
Fixers, Enforcers, and Why We Turn From Authority
I know how to ruin a perfectly good weekend. I just bring up taking our kids to the dentist. That’s all it takes. Whatever joy that was filling the space of our happy, home-full of children departs. One moment, we delight in the smile of a two-year-old laughing at his own jumping ...Read More »
“Mysterious” Voice: The Miraculous Rescue of Baby Lily
It was a “mysterious” voice that led to the rescue of a baby girl trapped upside down in her infant seat in a car submerged in freezing water. Nearly two weeks ago, Baby Lily Groesbeck was involved in an accident that took the life of her mother. Lily managed to ...Read More »
A Robbery Gone Right!
For most of us, sharing our faith in Christ would be the last thing on our mind if someone was demanding our money and threatening to shoot us if we didn’t hand it over. But for 92-year-old Pauline Jacobi of Dyersburg, Tennessee, the opportunity to share her faith with the ...Read More »
No Good Ending?
Faith is on the front page, and the headlines are ghastly. America has been given a fresh look into a barbarism as old as time itself, albeit a look we did not ask for. It’s easy to ignore tragedy and injustice when it’s out of sight. It’s more difficult when it’s ...Read More »