In the rush of our world we tend to lose touch with the still, small voice of God. Within our noisy, fast-paced, fragmented culture, we desperately attempt as individuals to fill our emptiness and find meaning. Most of us are
If one falls down, their friend can help them up, but pity the one who falls and has no one to help them up. (Ecclesiastes 4:10)
Nobody who watched Eric Moussanmbani at the 2000 Sydney Olympics will ever forget him.
In The Lord of the Rings, Bilbo says, “It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your front door; there is no knowing where you might be swept off to.”
A grandfather said this, “In life there is sadness as well as
Time magazine had a piece a few years back, 7 Things People Do That Make Them Great (from Daniel Coyle’s The Talent Code): Commit to the long term, take a nap(steroids for the brain), keep a journal, find a role
Easter is in two months! What can we accomplish by then? I hope for new birth, a great harvest of souls with rejoicing and celebration! I pray that we will give ourselves fully to the Lord’s path. I recommend embracing