Jacob’s Hip… Walking Differently

Jacob’s Hip… Walking Differently

Some might say Jacob had overstayed his welcome in Haran. He’d served his father-in-law, Laban, twenty years, including fourteen years for Laban’s daughters and six years for his flocks, (Genesis 31:41). Laban had changed his wages ten times. Each time Laban rewrote...
Seasoned with Grace

Seasoned with Grace

“Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person.” (Colossians 4:6 NASB). I rarely blog about current events, but there’s been a lot of hate in the news the last few weeks. Recently two...
Souls for Whom Christ Died

Souls for Whom Christ Died

I jumped up from the weight bench at the gym, out of breath but pleased with my performance. A young man watched. “You do well for an old man!” he joked. “Well, I almost made it in the NFL,” I said straight-faced. Now, you should know that I stand 5’ 6” tall when...
Following Jesus Without a Map

Following Jesus Without a Map

For me, following Jesus means that I work a day job, (for which I am very thankful). My morning and evening commutes, however, are the most challenging 25 to 60 minutes of my day. This week I set up a phone application that checks the current traffic. I press a...