Here is a portion of the Christmas letter that I wrote on December 4th and sent out with our cards: The homes in our neighborhood are decorated for Christmas, and today we had our first snowfall. The trees sparkle with white icing. At church we sang Christmas carols and wrote cards for Christians that are… Continue reading Merry Christmas!
The winter storm in Michigan was brutal. I had left early in the morning hoping to get to my mother’s nursing home before it became too bad—but it was already bad. In some places I couldn’t see the road and just followed tire tracks in the snow. I hit a patch of ice and lost… Continue reading Grace in a Winter Storm
Take time. Give God time to reveal Himself to you. Give yourself time to be silent and quiet before Him, waiting to receive through the Spirit the assurance of His presence with you, His power working in you. Take time to read His Word as in His presence; that from it you may know what… Continue reading Reading, Waiting and Listening
Could the book of Job be a description of God’s design for the earth following the flood? Currently I am reading The Remarkable Record of Job* by Henry Morris. Throughout the book he points out amazing insights about our world, offered in this Old Testament book of the Bible. Morris theorizes that Job… Continue reading Ancient Wisdom, New Life and the Love Hormone