Finnegan is sleeping more innocent like than he should be. He's no doubt tired after a two short walks -- post breakfast and post lunch given my work-at-home lifestyle -- and running away to see his girlfriend this afternoon. (Luna's a lovely golden mix with whom he normally has set, mommy-monitored play dates.) Finn inside… Continue reading When God sends a dog and a half…
Jesus died for our salvation -- and suffered for our healing. Have hope! O Lord who wore a crown of thorns, we are once again helpless when it comes to saving ourselves. We ask for your mercy, O God. Not because we deserve it, but because you are good. Mercy for believers and seekers, skeptics… Continue reading Crown of thorns vs. corona virus
“Bad news should always come after lunch.. first thing in the morning everything left a bruise.” Stephen King, American novelist A mess, for sure. But, where there's life, there's hope. Some things I'd really rather not know. But, try as I might to keep bad news at bay, information just keeps rolling in. For at… Continue reading Praying like it is cancer
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a large fortune must be in want of a wife." Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Who's got your back, Jack? Well, God for starters. Add in various family members (mom's usually at the top of this list) and your dog (get one… Continue reading A young man’s best friend
"I didn't know what I was reading. Before I knew it, I was in the middle of my cell floor on my knees. I was just asking God to forgive me." Karla Faye Tucker, Christian, executed murderer "I don't do prayer," she said, in the manner of one who doesn't "do" gluten or dairy or… Continue reading You talkin’ to me?