Archive | March, 2009

A Peek Inside the Tabernacle

Have you ever gotten lost while trying to read through Leviticus and Numbers? You dutifully stumble through your three chapters for the day, only to close your Bible wondering, “What was all that about?” Me too! I knew God included them for a purpose, but I would always seem to get hung up on all […]

Mountain Lions

The mountain lion has more names than any other mammal. cougar, panther, puma, mountain lion, Mexican cat, Wildcat, and Catamount. How did it get all these names? The cougar has a wide habitat range, from the prairies of Texas to the snow of Canada, so, as the many different people came to America they each […]

Thailand

God can work through a wide variety of situations in life to give us His bigger picture and turn our attention off of ourselves. The first trip to the Orient in 2004 definitely left me a bit wiser. Staying in Taiwan for two consecutive years has stretched me even more. Then recently, living for a […]

A Day with Bev Shea

No other person in history has sung to more people than George Beverly Shea. Known as "America’s Beloved Gospel Singer," his unmistakable rich baritone voice has proclaimed the Gospel message in song to over 200 million people around the globe! In crusade after crusade, his passionate solo would set the tone for Billy Graham’s salvation […]

Waiting by the Tracks

A while back I heard a poignant story from an elderly gentleman who had spent many long winters in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He said that these events really had taken place and that he had seen them with his own eyes. The story touched my heart and I have not been able to […]

A Thought on the Economy

“You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving . . . . You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it.” – Adrian Rodgers

Pic of the Month: March ’09

I know I’m already two months and one day late. But after a lot of thought and a good conversation over dinner with a “real” photographer the other day, I have decided it would be beneficial to start posting a “Picture of the Month.” The purpose behind this is fourfold: First, it allows open discussion for […]

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