Waiting

The Chicken Or The Egg

Growing up I had never heard of “Lent”. It was a foreign concept to my low-brow spiritual upbringing. In fact all of the “church calendar” (with the notable exceptions of Easter, Christmas and Pentecost) were seen as the machinations of the elite liturgical church used to manufacture artificial spiritual experiences. Jeesh…we are a dumb lot […]

More Than You Prayed For

Once in a lifetime. We say it often, but Zechariah experienced it for real. By tradition and because there were so many Levitical priests, many priests never had a chance to go into the Temple to serve. If they did get the chance…it was the chance of a lifetime. Such a great honor and rare privilege. (Luke […]

Living An Ellipsis

I confess. I tend to overdo things I love. Sushi by the boatload. Fishing marathons in the backyard. Tiger Woods golf tourneys on the iPad. Facebook shares of the grandkids. Coffee and good books in the early morning. And when writing, I overuse ellipses. Not commas like most folks, but ellipses. Yep, the three dots […]

Instafamous…and why we live small lives

Instafamous…that status you get when you blow up on Instagram. Lots of followers on your feed equals lots of fame in your following. It’s all relative, isn’t it? Lots of fish seem big in a small pond. But you can can become a moderate phenom if you learn to use the site well. My son-in-law, Chase, introduced this old […]

Leaking Life

Leaking life…every day for twelve years. That’s what was happening to a woman who snuck up on Jesus in a last-ditch attempt to get well. (Luke 8:43-48) You see, she’d had a menstrual hemorrhage for twelve years. Since, as Scripture says, “Life is in the blood”…she was literally discharging life. What’s worse, she had spent her […]

A Swift Kick in the Ask

It wasn’t much really. Just a nudge in the pre-dawn thoughts on a Wednesday morning in late January–like a poke from a friend on Facebook. I woke up and knew I was to speak at my Dad’s memorial service. I also knew exactly what I was supposed to say. Now understand, Dad wasn’t dead or […]

Just Keep Swimming

One of the best things about being a grandpa is that I have a valid excuse to watch animated movies again. My childish delight in viewing these computer-generated fables is actually a bit legendary among my seven Grands. One of my all-time favorites is a fish tale called Finding Nemo. The story is an epic saga […]

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