Archive | September, 2013

Sharing sight with the blind

Good News For Everyone

“And God has given us this task of reconciling people to him.” II Corinthians 5:18 New Living Translation Evangelism can be explained simply as ‘one beggar telling another beggar where to get food.’ Of course it’s more than that if you want to get technical about it. It’s a whole genre of theology and we […]

Celebrate the Process

60 Seconds of Pastoral Pondering Celebrate the Process Few people make a profession of faith the very first time they are confronted with the Gospel. For most, it’s a path of small, incremental changes. The journey usually begins far from the point of accepting Jesus. Its headwaters are typically void of any need of or […]

sowing and reaping

Seeds For The Future

You might say there’s a perpetual rip in the bottom of our seed bags. We’re sowing seeds all through our lives … at times on purpose and at other times totally unaware. We sow seeds that will make us proud when they’re harvested. And at times plant seeds that will produce things that will disappoint […]


Commit or Omit?

“Remember, it is sin to know what you ought to do and then not do it.” James 4:17   At my age I’m doing fairly well handling the sins of commission. There are fewer and fewer things I shouldn’t do that I am doing (committing). Except, possibly, driving over the speed limit! But, hey, this […]