Many Christmas hymns have amazing theology in their words. One perfect example is Hark! The Herald Angels Sing by Charles Wesley. Its words wonderfully express the wonder and blessing of Christ’s coming along with the somber reminder that He came to die. The following is an exposition of the verses along with some of the […]
Santa on trial for his life. Rudolph – the testimony that can save him.
When I was in my early twenties, I remember hoping that I’d never lose my hair, but if I did, I hoped it would be after I turned 30 because then I wouldn’t care. When I was 26, I worked with a guy who was 12 years older than me. I remember talking to him […]
Something I’ve noticed about the trials that God brings into my life is that they aren’t very explosive. He doesn’t often bring hurricanes or eruptions as much as He sets rain clouds over my life that just seem to park for long periods of time and slowly drench everything. The rain isn’t even all that […]
Lucy turns 15 today. In her honor I thought I’d relate the story of her birth. When Cheryl and I married in June, 1991, we spent the first two years enjoying our freedom. We both worked (I’m a CPA, Cheryl was an RN), and we had fun being with each other without a lot of […]
In 1995, 40,000 healthy infants were placed in adoptive homes in the United States, while 2,000,000 American couples were seeking to adopt. -The Kiplinger Washington Letter, October 1996 So Ruth departed and went and gleaned in the field after the reapers; and she happened to come to the portion of the field belonging to Boaz, […]
Twenty-seven years ago today, I asked you to marry me. God told me to ask you – really. It’s one of the rare instances in my life when God clearly led me. Usually I see God working in the rearview mirror more than through the windshield, but in your case He made it very clear […]