I sold a used car last week. The purchasers were a young couple who had saved their money to replace their worn vehicle for one with fewer miles that would last them a few years. They paid cash. Cash, mind you, from a young, modestly employed couple who are committed to honoring God in every…

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This column is dedicated to my sister-in-law Karen. She visited last week, loves the Psalms, and proves they can be lived out daily.

Do we love our salvation?

Johnny called last Saturday. A longtime friend, we ruminated over our forty-five years as friends. It started in college in Florida, then semi…

The movie trailer came by me too quickly and I have, unfortunately, forgotten its name but the scenes were unforgettable. It followed a wealth…

It would be easy to skip over Psalm 64. But don’t: It speaks to our time and fears.

This column is dedicated to R, who loves Psalm 63, memorized it, and even had her kids memorize it.

Barry and I were in his boat off the southwest coast of Florida last week. Channel markers can be confusing to a novice, but they are definite…

Can you recall a time you fainted?

As terrible as rejection by someone on earth is, the sense of God’s rejection is worse—far worse. Do you feel that sometimes?

In a world and time where there are a ton of spewing words, we need a well-spoken word from God.

It’s one of my favorite movie scenes. It is World War II, and General Patton is leading a tank battle against the infamous Johannes Erwin Euge…

I was so ready for last Sunday.

Perhaps my favorite Sunday School teacher of all time was my middle school boys class teacher, Don. How he could excite and engage our class o…