19 Oct 2017 0 Comment

Free Indeed

Chuck Swindoll writes about a bazaar that was held in a village in northern India. One old farmer brought in a whole covey of quail to sell. He had tied a string around one leg of each bird. The other ends of all the strings were tied to a...
19 Oct 2017 0 Comment

What Wondrous Love is This!

I remember when my grandson, Jayden was born. I loved him with all my heart. I looked forward to the day he would learn to talk and call me by name—and when that day came, I was thrilled beyond measure, but I didn’t love him any more...
30 Sep 2017 0 Comment

Fear or Faith?

Is fear a denial of faith? If we’re scared or apprehensive about a career move, returning to school, a relationship, refusing to work on the Sabbath, returning a faithful tithe, etc., does that dry mouth and upset stomach indicate that...
27 Aug 2017 0 Comment

He Knows The Future

In Jesus’ famous “sermon on the mount,” the Master said, “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged,…” (Matt. 7:1, 2). A friend from out-of-state had recently divorced and...
31 Oct 2016 0 Comment

What the World Needs Now

Some of my childhood memories revolve around the music I grew up listening to. We all have a soundtrack of our lives that echo the times in which we live. I grew up in L.A. during the sixties—a tumultuous decade of war, riots,...
27 Oct 2016 0 Comment

Flood Assurance

The images coming out of Houston and other Texas towns ravaged by Hurricane Harvey are heartbreaking. The coastal cities of Beaumont and Port Arthur got pummeled with 26 inches of rain in 24 hours -- and it's still raining. Flood waters...