wit-ness (noun): a person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident take place; evidence or proof; a person who is present at an event and can say that it happened. Witnesses play a critical role in the investigations of crimes or accidents. Recently, the spotlight has been on numerous violent incidents […]
I’m learning to trust God in the mist of my storms. Casting all of my cares upon Him is a life-long challenge.
I can’t explain the reason why God chose me to be an imitator of Him. What I do know is that God is infinite, he loves me unconditionally and has always been in existence. It’s hard to fathom that God knew that I would be here over 2,000 years ago. John […]
Today’s lesson struck me like lightning on sand. It made crystal clear to me that being grateful does not mean taking your blessing and fleeing. It means going back and thanking or passing on your gratefulness. Luke 17:14 says, “…and as they went, they were cleansed.” Imagine walking to a […]
The question just sat on my heart after Sunday’s message. My honest answer was “no.” The question is so powerful and hits the nail on the head with Jonah and with me. Jonah wasn’t concerned about God’s agenda. What broke Jonah’s heart was a plant dying, not people dying spiritually and […]
For the last few weeks, we have really dissected the entire book of Jonah. Chapter by chapter–verse by verse. A man in the bible disobeyed God, got swallowed up by a whale in the great big sea and was later spit out onto dry land. Lucky guy that Jonah was. […]
I’m reading Soledad O’Brien’s book, The Next Big Story, and in it she tells of reading some of the speech notes of Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King’s home had been bombed, his family was in danger, and he had to speak in code on the telephone. He could have […]