Image credit Mark 2:1-5: "When Jesus returned to Capernaum several days later, the news spread quickly that he was back home. 2 Soon the house where he was staying was so packed with visitors that there was no more room, even outside the door. While he was preaching God’s word to them, 3 four men arrived carrying … Continue reading And Then They Tore a Hole in the Roof
Do not mess with St. John image credit Jen Fulwiler puts together a Saint of the Year generator every year, which can be great fun, a word from God, or a Magic 8 Ball depending on how you look at it. I like to give it a go, partly because I like learning about the … Continue reading St. John Recalibrate
During the summer of 2016, the town of Rosharon, Texas received heavy rainfall and flooded. Homes were damaged, people were displaced. But one man decided to do whatever he could to save his house. He drove from Texas to Louisiana to buy an $8,000 Aqua Dam, which he then installed around his home. The waters … Continue reading The Insanity of Resistance
image credit I know it's been a while since I posted last, and for those who faithfully follow this little thing, I felt an explanation was in order. So here goes: I just can't. What can I say? It's a rough month. Everything in my house seems to be conspiring to break down all at … Continue reading I Have No Idea Where I Am Going
Photo credit Oh, Halloween. That glorious time of the year when everybody loses their ever-loving minds over whether or not we're all going to hell with a mouth full of Skittles. Today I read an article, I kid you not, that stated as fact that if you go trick or treating with your kids you … Continue reading What Would Jesus Be for Halloween?
This post was written in March, 2014. I'm on a bit of a kick about bad stuff lately, since that seems to be what I wake up to each morning. It's interesting how the stuff you're going through changes the lens through which you see the world. One of the good things about my dad's … Continue reading Fighting a Great Battle
I didn't write anything for Easter. It's not that I wasn't inspired to share about the grace I've experienced because of God's love. It's not that I don't want to tell everyone who'll listen that once I was blind, but now I see. Once I was lost and in despair and now I'm filled with hope. Once … Continue reading The Silence of Saturday