Pressing On

It’s funny how we get older and return to our childhood. The older I get the more I reach down into my upbringing for it to tell me who I am.  Advertisements

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México: A Pictorial Testimony

It’s been a long time coming since I could get out the country again, in any official capacity.  For what I consider my life’s work, it meant a lot for me to be able to do so.  But it certainly took waiting, and patience, and obedience, discipline and persistence.  What do I mean?  Well, put […]

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The Resurrected King of Glory

I can imagine the care and industrious attentiveness the women had when they prepared the spices for their beloved Jesus. I can imagine how numb and withdrawn the hearts and minds were of all the disciples, of Jesus’ loved ones, and of the multitudes that followed Him throughout His ministry. I can picture a great […]

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Good Friday: A Meditation on the Cross

Prayer: Lord, I thank You for dying on the Cross for my sins. Thank You Lord for leaving Your throne. Lord, I thank You for every stripe on Your back, every slur You endured but did not deserve. Thank You for Your Blood. I thank You God that You bore the weight of my sins […]

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Palm Sunday & A Call to Rest

I have a million things going on right now. A delegation trip to prepare for, a venture into entrepreneurship in transition, a book to write, errands to run, a dog to groom. Oh, and my apartment has termites. And that just scratches the surface of the nightmare that is my to-do list. You know what […]

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Today’s Sermon, “A Place Called Bethany”

Then Jesus said to them plainly, “Lazarus is dead. “And I am glad for your sakes that I was not there, that you may believe.  Nevertheless let us go to him.” Then Thomas, who is called the Twin, said to his fellow disciples, “Let us also go, that we may die with Him.” So when […]

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