• A Thin Thread of Hope

    Her door was always open – for the wrong reasons. Rahab was a whore in Jericho, a significant and wild city in Canaan. It was no surprise to Rahab that two men had come to her place. This happened all the time in her line of work. These men, however,...

  • Joy Unspeakable, Full of Glory!

    When we simply believe and hold God to His Word to do as He has promised to do, the Holy Spirit fills our hearts with unspeakable joy as well as a peace which passes all understanding. The multitudes living in misery in the world are longing for this supernatural provision...

  • The Father’s Heart and Our Purpose

    Jesus told a series of three stories in Luke 15, all of them related to lost things. This was the mission of the Son – “to seek and to save that which is lost” (see Luke 19:10). This set of stories climaxes with what has been come to be known...

  • Friends in Deed and in Truth

    Paul found friends and together they changed cities. He met Aquila and Priscilla in Corinth. They were a husband and wife on the move, driven from their home in Rome for being Jews. An edict issued by Emperor Claudius targeted this people group, though little is known of the reason...

  • Memories

    Memory Lane? I remember childhood fantasies; summer days, exploration and discovery. Naivete, longevity, and levity accompanied almost every day. Ducks, dogs and dandelions littered the landscape; sea-cows, blue frogs and giant turtles stayed large in the memory — we visited the zoo! — then ice cream and better yet, lime...