Maybe, rather than waiting to hear what God is calling us to, we should do what excites us most and allow God to bless it.
In my home church, we have a beautiful Christmas tradition of lining the altar with white poinsettias for our Christmas services. The bright blooms set against the greenery and lighting of the season makes for a stunning display. It is a gorgeous visual invitation into a very special experience of worship. It is an elegant, … Continue reading When our cures make people sick
While there is always time for opinion, dialogue and debate, I wanted to take this opportunity to simply share my prayer for us all on this Christmas Eve. Be of good cheer and celebrate well, dear friends! May your blessings overflow. If you are sick, may you find comfort. If you are hurt, may you … Continue reading A Christmas Prayer
Today is the annual high holiday of American consumerism…Black Friday. While I personally have never had any interest in participating in the shopping melee that is taking place across our nation today, I understand also that, for good or for bad, many hardworking people will rely on today and the upcoming holiday shopping season for … Continue reading A Black Friday Prophecy
Note: This is the fourth & final entry in a series of posts inspired by the Advent Conspiracy movement and the book, Advent Conspiracy, by Rick McKinley, Chris Seay and Greg Holder. “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was … Continue reading Advent Conspiracy Week 4: Love All