It’s all Mum-sense to me!

It’s all Mum-sense to me!

If you are reading this blog post from anywhere outside of Texas, chances are you have no idea what I mean when I reference a “Homecoming Mum”. I, too, had no idea of this Texas sized tradition until moving to the Lone Star State over twenty years ago. It wasn’t until...
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...
The Grace of God

The Grace of God

“Friends, I realize that what you and your leaders did to Jesus was done in ignorance. But God was fulfilling what all the prophets had foretold about the Messiah—that he must suffer these things. Now repent of your sins and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped...
A Crash Course in Perspective

A Crash Course in Perspective

For those of you that don’t know, I experienced a major car wreck about a month ago. I tried to avoid the semi on my right, tried to avoid the wall on my left, and then lost control. I crashed into the semi, bounced off of him, spun at least once and then crashed into...
Refreshed!

Refreshed!

One thing in my life that tends to goes to all extremes is spending daily time reading the Bible. I will be super consistent for a season, share with others where I am reading and discuss it, journal what I’m understanding, use a Bible study resource, etc. and in...
Knowing God & Being Fully Known by Him

Knowing God & Being Fully Known by Him

I have to confess I find knowing God and being fully known by Him at times hard to grasp. I wonder what Enoch’s life looked like on a daily basis (Gen. 5:23-4, Heb 11:5). I struggle to understand true intimacy with people not to mention intimacy with the perfect King...