The Gift Of Doubt…

I. Introduction: Mt. Everest      A. Mt. Everest, the tallest mountain in the world above sea level, stands triumphantly at 29,023. That’s nearly six miles into the sky, the same height that many commercial… Continue reading

Seeing The Value Of Sight…

  I have been humbled this morning… …brought to my knees with God’s fierce undertoe of gratitude. Like the leper Jesus healed, the one out of ten who returned to thank Him, I… Continue reading

Not On My Watch…

I wept today… I wept over the Church—Jesus’ Church—for veering off the Way and taking the scenic route to heaven. I wept because I have forgotten my role, been distracted from my small… Continue reading

Home Sweet Home…

The world is beginning to feel less and less like my home… More and more, though admittedly slowly over time, this world is beginning to feel less and less like my home. I… Continue reading

You Cannot Live On the Mountain Top…

  I am slowly sipping another C.S. Lewis masterpiece—the Screwtape Letters. In it, among other topics, Lewis (through the demon Screwtape) discusses how God has designed life on earth to be filled with… Continue reading

“Get Busy Livin’ Or Get Busy Dyin'”

I was personally affected by the lives and accounts of the following three martyrs in the book “A Martyr’s Grace” because of the fact that all of them seemed to die—from a human… Continue reading

God’s Word: Does It Really Make A Difference In My Life?

  “Just as rain and snow descend from the skies and don’t go back until they’ve watered the earth, doing their work of making things grow and blossom, producing seed for farmers and… Continue reading

How Do You See In The Dark?

  “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Psalm 119:105 NIV On Mt. Everest, it is imperative to start one’s climb to the summit in the… Continue reading

Sonnet: “Beneath, Amongst, Within Decaying Breaths”

Beneath, amongst, within decaying breaths Of numbered lanterns dimming as they burn And though they shineth not they fuel their deaths Exposing all to what they failed to learn And ‘neath such bushel… Continue reading

Poem: “The Passionate Shepherd Reborn To His Love”

Written in response to Christopher Marlowe’s poem “The Passionate Shepherd To His Love.” Come live with me and be my love And taste this world consisting of Such sweets to dull our fervent… Continue reading