What Gifts Can You Bring to the King of Kings?

‘Tis the season for gift giving; for finding the perfect gift that will express to someone how you truly feel about them.  It’s not easy, is it? This seasonal gift giving tradition began because approximately two thousand years ago an infant king was presented gifts of frankincense, gold, and myrrh by men who wanted to … Continue reading What Gifts Can You Bring to the King of Kings?

What Do You Give a King?

'Tis the season for gift giving; for finding the perfect gift that will express to someone how you truly feel about them.  It's not easy, is it? This seasonal gift giving tradition began because approximately two thousand years ago an infant king was presented gifts of frankincense, gold, and myrrh by men who wanted to … Continue reading What Do You Give a King?

Don’t Look For the Easy Way Out

“Don’t do just what is most convenient.” It was just one brief scene from our marriage that had thousands of scenes, but it was one that had the power of the burning of Atlanta scene in “Gone With the Wind.” Walking into the kitchen, I bend down and throw away some trash into the trashcan.  … Continue reading Don’t Look For the Easy Way Out

Finding Our Way Back Home

Walking down the dusty road, Cleopas and his friend have little to say to each other.  Their collective heartache and disappointment weigh down their normally busy tongues.  For the past seven miles fewer than seven words had passed between them. The mountain city of Jerusalem’s beauty fades in the distance behind them.  They are halfway … Continue reading Finding Our Way Back Home

Let a Blind Man Show the Way

Walking the Market Place in downtown Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Central America, I was assaulted by the cacophony of sounds – horns honking, salsa music blaring, people laughing, shouting, and talking. Trying to sort out the myriad of smells – diesel exhaust, fresh fruit, body odor, fresh flowers, perfume, spoiled garbage – was, at the same time, … Continue reading Let a Blind Man Show the Way