Tag Archives: joy
A close friend sent me an article that posed the question: Does our sin prevent the Holy Spirit from moving in our lives? The question is a difficult one. The answer is bound to lie somewhere between two cultural extremes.
I just finished watching The Impossible, a new film in which a youngish couple played by Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts bring their three boys to Indonesia and settle into a coastal bungalow just in time for the 2004 tsunami―the … Continue reading
It was around 10 pm when Bill’s headlights swept through my yard and across the front of the house as he was turning into the driveway. He couldn’t pull all the way in since I was already halfway down the … Continue reading
It almost didn’t happen. When I first got the Christmas caroling bug in 2001, I had no inkling of the obstacles I would have to surmount to make the thing happen. For various reasons, the American custom of Christmas caroling … Continue reading
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” –Henry Brooks Adams A chance round of e-mails kicked off by an old friend has put me back in touch with one of my favorite high school English … Continue reading
“Coincidence is when God acts anonymously.” –Unknown “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”