The Source of Bounding Joy

The Source of Bounding Joy

By four years of age, children have absorbed millions of bits of information telling them about the world and their place in it. Dr. James Dobson, of ‘Focus on the Family,’ has stated that children are the best receivers of information and the worst interpreters of...
To be happy in Jesus

To be happy in Jesus

‘You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.’ This saying is meant to convey the limits of our ability to learn. Turns out, it’s a myth. Thanks to a branch of medical science, we now know that our amazing brains retain lifelong ‘neuro plasticity,’ simply meaning a...
Lesson # 2,000 and something

Lesson # 2,000 and something

As John opens his telling of the Good News of Jesus, he simultaneously connects and separates the Old and New, the ‘what was,’ and the ‘what is.’ He deftly acknowledges Moses’ critical role in Jewish history while shining a spotlight on the Person and Mission of...
I’m a Believer

I’m a Believer

In the last three months I’ve won a whole set of tools from a top brand company, a set of carving knives, a weekend away at an island retreat, a high-tech cordless patio light, several free lunches, a coupon for free dentures, a lifetime supply of support stockings,...
The Christian Life – 101

The Christian Life – 101

People often bemoan the seeming disappearance of handymen, trades people, artisans, true craftsmen, etc. For my part, not meaning to boast, but I, with my skill set, do my utmost to keep them afloat (if the invoices for said valuable persons are any indication). If an...