• The Father and His Two Sons

    Cold, bitter, unforgiving, lost. This is how I would describe the elder brother in Jesus’ story of a father and his two sons.  But I don’t think he stayed that way. We have come to call this the Parable of the Prodigal Son. But there’s a whole family dynamic that...

  • Never Without Hope

    A life lived "under the sun" only, without Godly hope in the Son, will be subject a sense of emptiness, futility, vanity and even, eventually, hopelessness. BUT! Through Grace and faith in God's Word we can be filled with joy and peace and be flooded to overflowing with true, Godly...

  • A Story for Valentine’s Day

    She is. I am. We are. Us, but also not us. We, but also I and she. We are one, as God made us to be. Still, there is her and there is me. Lose yourself in each other.  Sounds like a sound premise, does it not?  It’s a recipe,...

  • What of Christ?

    G.E. Pember lists several trends of the end times seen in the days of Noah. Some are these: A tendency to worship God as Elohim, that is, merely as the Creator and the Benefactor, and not as Jehovah, the covenant God of mercy… …disregard for the primal law of marriage. …consequent invention...

  • Really Big Questions and How We Answer Them

    “Who do you say that I am?” This is the big question each of us must answer if the Bible is to make sense to us. It is the question that Jesus Himself posed to those closest to Him during His days on earth. We read this in Matthew 16....