When Jesus raised his eyes and saw that a large crowd was coming to him, he said to Philip, “Where can we buy enough food for them to eat?” He said this to test him, because he himself knew what he was going to do. Philip answered him, “Two hundred days’ wages worth of food … Continue reading Everyday Stewardship / Tummies Full of Love
On a beach stroll during our annual trip to Georgia’s Jewel, Jekyll Island, we happened to catch the water at low tide. For those who like to find treasure this is the most opportune time! During high tide the sea’s treasure chest is carried to shore and tilted letting some of its most prized treasures … Continue reading Sand Dollars and People
"Above all the Gospel must be proclaimed by witness. Take a Christian or a handful of Christians who, in the midst of their own community...they radiate in an altogether simple and unaffected way their faith in values that go beyond current values, and their hope in something that is not seen and that one would … Continue reading In The Company of Witnesses
What Is God Waiting For? I knew I had a problem. It had been years and though I tried and tried, I could not break free. Several attempts of varying lengths of time and degrees of success ultimately led me back to the same place. Finally, I hit rock bottom. I prayed that if God … Continue reading What Is God Waiting For?
Some celebrated this yesterday, but most will observe the feast this Sunday. There is a great need in our current world for more Jesus sightings. You used to hear about Elvis sightings from time to time, but we do not need sightings of the King of Rock n Roll. We need sightings of the King … Continue reading Everyday Stewardship (Ascension 2015)