Tag Archives: faithfulness

Every Time the Doors are Open?

“She’s (or he’s) at church every time the doors are open.” This is our go-to description for a Christian who is totally committed to the Lord.  I’ve heard it my whole life.  I’ve said it more times than I can … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts About a Dirty Word

Hello friends.  I haven’t posted here in a while.  Some of you have asked if there’s something wrong.  Not at all!  I’ve been spending almost all of my spare time working on my second novel.  The words have been flowing … Continue reading

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Christian Living, Bowe Bergdahl Style

The recent trade with the Taliban for Bowe Bergdahl has people up in arms.  We’re hearing more and more stories about how uncommitted Bergdahl was as a soldier.  Those who served with him call him a deserter.  Evidence suggests that, though … Continue reading

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Is Jesus Good Enough For You?

I haven’t read the book, Heaven Is For Real, or seen the movie, and don’t intend to.  (Which I probably shouldn’t be admitting since my literary agency sold the book and my publisher published it.)  I have, however, reflected on the … Continue reading

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A Lesson From a Lightning Bug

According to scientists, the common lightning bug gives off 1/40th of the light of a normal candle.  So if you had 40 lightning bugs all clumped together, and if you could get them to all light up at the same … Continue reading

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How Fragile Are You?

On March 7, 1981, Chester Bitterman III was murdered by left-wing terrorists in Colombia because they thought he was a CIA agent.  He wasn’t.  He was, in fact, part of a team of Bible translators working to put 33 primitive … Continue reading

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One Year Ago Today

One year ago today we were looking ahead to the arrival of a new year, wondering what 2012 would bring.  Well, it brought plenty: A hurricane named “Isaac” that pummeled the Gulf coast, leaving $1 billion in damages behind. A hurricane named … Continue reading

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