Faith


No Fear 1

I have been somewhat surprised during this political/medical mess involving Covid concerning the level of fear believers seem to be embracing. Though I know we are being saturated with the blasting of it every day from all news outlets and fear certainly seems to be in style right now.   Masks, headlines, billboards, and even […]


It’s the End of the World – Again… 1

Here are some thoughts on the latest world-ending scare. Having survived all of the previous life-ending events thrust upon us by politics, fear-mongers, and demons, I would strongly suggest we turn our eyes to the Lord, His Word, and do what Jesus clearly demonstrated. Jesus never hid from disease or those plagued by it. He […]


Caleb in the Driver’s Seat 1

There once was a young man named Caleb who I promised I would write about one day…perhaps he reminds you of yourself, I know he does me. Most of us, as we neared our driving age, strongly desired to grab the keys, jump into the driver’s seat and zip away from the driveway into freedom! […]


Why Bother – Part 2

In a previous article, I explored some of the hazards of ministry for my fellow pastors – discouragement, disillusionment with people, and a lack of being able to see results from our efforts. While these are legitimate struggles, they are not the final word. Every job and anything we attempt for the Kingdom will have […]


Why Bother

This post was originally shared on Church Central, a great site for pastors! Sometimes, okay, probably more often than one would care to admit, we struggle with the results of our efforts. Working with people in a relational setting is difficult to quantify. When entering the paid ministry in late 1981, the Senior pastor I […]


God’s Provision

This is a copy of a blog post that I recently wrote for the good folks over at Church Central Many years ago, my wife and I were touring the then famous Crystal Cathedral. During the experience, we entered a beautifully decorated room and encountered the ORGAN. This beast was multiple stories high and I […]