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Swimming with the Sharks in Galveston

Swimming with the Sharks in Galveston

Our family made a trip down to Galveston a few weeks ago. It was a great time, and filled with unfamiliar things. For example, on the way down, we stopped at a DQ and actually ate inside the restaurant. It was the first time we had done that in about two months, due...
A Word For Days that End in “Y”

A Word For Days that End in “Y”

A few months ago, I wanted to be able to connect with our church family when our ability to get together wasn’t possible due to the coronavirus shutdown. Many people were worried, and we had entered a time of uncertainty. What could I do? An idea I decided to...
L1, L2: The Heart of Following Jesus

L1, L2: The Heart of Following Jesus

If there is a key to following Jesus, wouldn’t you want to know what it is? The good news is, there is a key like that. The better news is that Jesus made it clear to find, giving us an orientation to the whole Bible and to the will of his Father in heaven. One...
Zoom in on Good Cheer

Zoom in on Good Cheer

Is it okay to laugh when things are bad? If what you are doing is serious, does that mean you can’t smile?  I was reading an article recently from the Wall Street Journal that made me think about our need for good humor (“The Secret Group of Scientists and...
Growing at the Speed of Glaciers

Growing at the Speed of Glaciers

Eugene Peterson relates the following description of the formation of a glacier: A glacier is the most powerful force the world has ever seen. Nothing, literally nothing, can stop a glacier. A glacier is formed by the falling of snow that accumulates over a period of...
Don’t Skimp on the Foundation!

Don’t Skimp on the Foundation!

“When the storms of life come, the wicked are whirled away, but the godly have a lasting foundation” (Prov. 10:25, NLT). A good foundation is essential in building a home that will last. I sometimes tagged along as a boy when it was time for my father to...