“I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the Gospel, from the first day until now.” Philippians 1:3-4 Paul is in prison when he pens these words and he writes them… MORE

Spring is upon us and that means getting our yards and gardens ready for new life to spring forth from the ground. More importantly, the season of Lent is quickly moving towards Good Friday and the hope of Easter. Lent is when we do the hard work of cleaning up… MORE

Call me “Nurse Owen.”  For the past 15 hours, at this writing, my beloved of 39 years has joined the masses in trying to fight off the crud. Unfortunately, a migraine headache has exacerbated her symptoms and intensified her fight. Thankfully Hipaa Laws prevent me from revealing the unpleasant details… MORE

“Not again” and a pit in my stomach was my first response when hearing of the tragic shooting in a Sutherland, Texas church. I then began to grieve for the pastor whose 14 year old daughter had been killed. In the midst of his own pain, hundreds will be looking… MORE

“Las Vegas massacre is deadliest shooting in modern US history.” We have read that headline before, different city, same declaration.  Random acts of violence have become an all too common occurrence, Orlando, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, Boston, Charlottesville, Nashville and closer to home, Wedgwood Baptist Church. On Sunday, October 1st,… MORE

While watching on television the heroic rescues in the midst of Hurricane Harvey’s fury, the words of an elderly woman who believed she had lost everything touched my soul. “Young man, God has always been in control of my life. Romans 8:28 is engraved on my heart. All things work… MORE

Jesus calls us to serve not martyrdom, in the Church and among our friends and family. We all know what a martyr is. We have all heard the stories of noble courage where heroic women and men pay the ultimate price for their faith in Jesus Christ.  But there is… MORE

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