The One in Ninety-nine

I don't remember most of the dream. I just remember there was a lion in it. I can't remember exactly, but I think it was about to consume me. I woke up with a gasp and a cold sweat, and in that one breath, I cried out for God to get me out of my... Continue Reading →

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Robbing Today to Pay for Tomorrow

I was reading through parts of Exodus this morning as well as some of my journaling from 9 years ago. In Exodus, of course, is where God gives daily manna to the Israelites and they were disobedient even with that. They were only to collect just what they needed for the day with exception of... Continue Reading →

In the Valley

I’ve been reading (for the 2nd time) a book by Tozer called Alive in the Spirit. He wrote something that stood out to me concerning the person of the Holy Spirit and how we miss the point when we don’t seek out a relationship with Him. We ask for the gifts of the Spirit like... Continue Reading →

One Body, Many Parts

Although I haven't got this all figured out I do know this much...I want to be found faithful in whatever God has called me to do. I want to remain so close to my Dad, that I get excited at doing even the smallest of things just to please Him.

Yom Kippur

Last night at sundown began one of the most observed days on the Jewish calendar.  Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement.  It is a day heavy with importance.  For the past few weeks, Pastor Nick has been walking us through the Tabernacle as described in the Old Testament.  Once per year, on the Day... Continue Reading →

How to Win a War

I recently read a book called “Building Better Families” by Matthew Kelly.  He discussed many topics related to raising amazing children.  I was reading the book for obvious reasons, but God spoke to me in an unexpected way. In one portion, Kelly listed out how to win a war.  Here is what he wrote: Know... Continue Reading →


We just spent a vacation at Myrtle Beach and I tried to spend some time writing ideas for messages, blogs and such, waiting for God to point me in whatever direction He had in mind, and when He did I admit I was a bit confused, but here goes. Pancakes. Yep, pancakes. The highway here... Continue Reading →

Poker Table

From the first time I heard the word, perspicacity, I was intrigued by it, because it encompasses several important abilities that we as followers of Christ should either possess or strive to posses. The simple definition is keenness of mental perception and understanding; discernment; penetration. The way it was presented to me was simply understanding... Continue Reading →

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