Monthly Archives: January 2015

Focused on the Light

Recently I was driving home at night during a rainstorm which made it nearly impossible to see. Torrential rain pounded the windshield, reflected lights glared off rain-soaked surfaces, and the back spray of surrounding cars obscured my vision and frazzled … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Christianity | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What About World Evil?

“But the Lord is faithful, and He will strengthen and protect you from the evil one,” 2 Thessalonians 3:3. While those of us in the global West may not comprehend the full impact of this verse, no doubt, many in … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Christianity | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Be Still, My Soul

The Handbook on the Pentateuch by Victor P. Hamilton, indicates there was silence both before and after God spoke creation into existence. His word was enough and nothing further was needed. If God instituted silence, the time between what was … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Christianity | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Anchors Away!

On my office desk sits a plaque which states, “A ship in port is safe but that is not what ships are built for,” (Grace Murray Hopper). I am no risk-taker, but those words resonate with me at a deep level. … Continue reading

Posted in Practical Christianity | Tagged , , | Leave a comment