A World Without Light

A World Without Light

Author Dave Lambert tells a short story titled, “A World Without Light” that has stuck with me for two decades. It goes like this: I probably shouldn’t be down here, Gary thought, twisting onto his back and inching through the damp muddy passage on his shoulder...
Let Me Hear You Sing!

Let Me Hear You Sing!

I will sing of the Lord’s great love forever;    with my mouth I will make your faithfulness known    through all generations.    I will declare that your love stands firm forever,    that you have established your faithfulness in heaven itself. Psalm 89:1-2 Do you...
Trash Day

Trash Day

Our neighbors forgot to put their trash bin out for pickup last week. As they add this week’s refuse to the already full container, it can’t contain it. (Forget what Oscar the Grouch said about it being “A garbage ‘CAN,’ not a garbage ‘CANNOT!’”) The white, plastic...
Faith and belief are like…

Faith and belief are like…

Over the years, I’ve tried to come up with ways to describe “faith” or the act of believing—searching for some examples from the everyday to help illustrate faith and belief for myself. As someone who sits at the back of the classroom, I need all the help I can get!...
For Me?

For Me?

Giving. It’s the theme for this week’s Red Letter Challenge. What’s the best gift you’ve ever received? What’s the most excited you’ve ever been to give a gift? Who was the recipient? I think giving and receiving are intertwined in emotion, values, and results. There...