Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19 Join me at the cross and let us block the worries of our lives; the economy, the random violence, the problems with our family, our health, and the absence of social morals. Our fears should slowly begin to fade as we behold the blood trickling down the […]
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I have the opportunity to coach an elementary school chess team and last week was our annual chess tournament. I repeatedly stress to my students that chess is a lot like life. The choices you make, whether good or bad, will influence your outcome and although you may think you’re making a good choice, in […]
My father was a minister. From my earliest memories, I was taught that Jesus was the Son of God. He did live, he did come to earth, and he did give his life for others and I believed that…for awhile. My father, the unwavering patriarch of our small family, was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s […]