The Light of the World

I just got back from visiting an art exhibit at the library. There I saw amazing paintings, drawings, photography and sculptures by talented local art teachers; but I also got more than I bargained for. It was completely dark when... Continue Reading →


If Christians are hated, berated and booed Silenced and sidelined and misunderstood The world hated Him, they will hate us too But they will know that we are Christians by our love If following Jesus comes at a cost We... Continue Reading →

God uses scary adventures

The instant I finished filling out the online Loan Entrance Interview, my mom and I hurried toward the front door of the Admin building. “They want me to wait at the front door,” she said. She had flown out to... Continue Reading →

What this world needs

This world is In a state of moral regression, With religious-freedom and human-rights suppression, Horrific brutality in ISIS aggression Hatred of Israel and Christians and good, Violence and looting in neighborhoods, Deficits, corruption, regulations and greed, Hunger, abortion, and hearts... Continue Reading →

Terezin and Today’s Holocaust

Defiant Requiem: documentary of beauty and defiance despite the Holocaust. Told how Red Cross contingency (hosted by Nazis as a propaganda tour) visited Terezin, prison-camp ghetto in Czechoslovakia. They went back to Switzerland with reports that the Jewish people had... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday, America

“Righteousness exalts a nation, But sin is a reproach to any people.” – Proverbs 14:34I’m thankful God has brought our nation to another birthday! We have a lot to celebrate in the history of this 238-year-old country. Off the top... Continue Reading →

Trees of Righteousness

Joseph had a hundred reasons to weep. His half-brothers hated him - so much that they conspired to kill him and instead sold him as a slave. In a foreign country far from his father, he was falsely accused and... Continue Reading →

City Bustle

Bumper to bumper, elbow to elbow Toe to heel and heel to toe Traffic honking, stop-and-go Pausing at the crosswalk-blinking Clans of black suits somber, thinking Glance at watches, patience shrinking Light changes Bustle-bustle, hurry-hurry All of them are prone... Continue Reading →

Psalm 11 For the director of music. Of David. In the Lord I take refuge. How then can you say to me: “Flee like a bird to your mountain. For look, the wicked bend their bows; they set their arrows against... Continue Reading →

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