The Joy that Leads Us On

Dear friends and family, It’s such a satisfying experience to have worked so hard towards a goal, to struggle through the last stages, and then see the job completed. Hard work – be it with a sledge hammer, writing a book, or making a special dinner – requires so much energy and effort, one might... Continue Reading →

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Thanking the Giver

What is Thanksgiving about? Thanksgiving is relatively unknown outside of the United States and Canada. Many curious friends of mine in Bolivia ask me why Thanksgiving is celebrated. In the last couple days I've told the story a few times - how God protected the first Europeans who landed on American soil, fleeing religious intolerance only to find... Continue Reading →

The True Warrior

I love sports – the grit, the passion, and the dedication it takes to succeed is truly remarkable. To recognize the relentless drive to achieve a glittering trophy, the final push beyond oneself to reach for the gold, and the subsequent heart-felt weeping of them who fail. For all the admiration and fame it receives,... Continue Reading →

The God of the Improbable (Daily Devotional)

Today's Reading: Genesis 12-3. (Context: Abram, previous to his later name change, is called-out by God to be the father of the world's most important and impressive people group, the Jews.) Throughout Genesis, the chronology is both fast-forwarded and very broad. Names and places, events and natural disasters fly by at break-back speed. The time slows and the... Continue Reading →

Restless Souls

This is a poem inspired by the loss of a good friend, Steven, a few weeks ago. He passed away at age 18, on June 14th. He will be missed by many. I spent quite a bit of time with him, and considered him a brother in many ways, spending many occasions talking with him,... Continue Reading →

The Pursuit of Truth

I have seen men old and young, men of old and men of now--slaves to doubt, chained by reason. Is life a sick experiment--has nature formed us to deceive and break us? Or are we breaking ourselves with our own thoughts and passions? Is our hope of life, a fulfilled life, simply a vanishing hope... Continue Reading →

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