The Curse of Ever Wandering

The story begins nowhere, travels to nowhere, and ends up nowhere. It's not that life isn't eventful it's just that everything is so useless and bears no repeating. This story begins in a small town of no worthy mention and will end in a non-desript location of no importance. This life, like all life will … Continue reading The Curse of Ever Wandering


The Prodigal Part 2. The Return

The prodigal returned home in great repentance before his father: And the son said to him, “Father, I have sinned against heaven and in your sight, and am no longer worthy to be called your son.” Luke 15:21 This cannot be trivialized; repentance is the key to his restoration. He didn’t come home demanding his … Continue reading The Prodigal Part 2. The Return

The Confusion Of Our Age / The Last Days

I have been challenged as to how or if I should write about the many impactful current events in our world. From the shootings in Charleston, to the Supreme Courts recent decree, the rise in terrorist attacks, trans gender issues, the Greek debt crisis, and much more. However I decided not to put my words … Continue reading The Confusion Of Our Age / The Last Days

Is There Freedom From the Grip of Pornography?

There are many addictions that pervade our society and the church is certainly not immune from the destruction they bring. A couple behemoths, alcohol and drugs have been on the forefront for decades. But, there is an insidious force sneaking into the lives of millions and we can no longer afford to ignore its invasion. … Continue reading Is There Freedom From the Grip of Pornography?

The Prodigal-Revisted

I have spent the last 24 hours, and many decades considering grace and what it's meaning really might be. Bear with me while I pose a few questions just to get us thinking. A thought popped into my head a few moments ago and it is this; is our ability to understand the great magnitude … Continue reading The Prodigal-Revisted