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The Painted Churches of Texas

The Painted Churches of Texas

im and I spent last week driving through small towns in Texas that I had never heard of. The wildflowers were beautiful, the cows were numerous, and the temperature was more like July than May. I had always wanted to visit the Painted Churches of...

Salted conversations

Salted conversations

o you ever feel bombarded by words in our culture today?  That probably seems like an odd thing to say, given that I make a living with my words. Recent news has certainly sent word bombs flying throughout all the media sources.  As Christians, how...

Faith doesn’t always fix it, but it has an effect

Faith doesn’t always fix it, but it has an effect

What was your first thought when you learned about the death of Naomi Judd?  I really appreciated the family’s honest but private announcement. Everyone deserves that protection, even though the public will likely not honor it very much. I was saddened because Naomi...

At the perfect time, Jesus will return

At the perfect time, Jesus will return

e drove past an old cemetery in Mineral Wells, Texas, that was marked with a historic seal. That seal means some of the headstones probably date back to the Civil War or earlier. I’m fascinated by the history and all the stories represented by the...

The politics of Easter and two people

The politics of Easter and two people

et the culture debate the political correctness of Easter. As Christians, we will faithfully rejoice in the miracle of Christ’s resurrection. Politics have always surrounded the events of Easter, especially the first one.  The religious leaders of...

The tree that made history

The tree that made history

he trees are coming alive here in Texas and we have the allergies to prove it. Walking the neighborhood is pure joy, except for the sneezing! I love that God created nature to sleep during the winter months and awaken again in the spring.  Romans...

The Painted Churches of Texas

The Painted Churches of Texas

im and I spent last week driving through small towns in Texas that I had never heard of. The wildflowers were beautiful, the cows were numerous, and the temperature was more like July than May. I had always wanted to visit the Painted Churches of...

Salted conversations

Salted conversations

o you ever feel bombarded by words in our culture today?  That probably seems like an odd thing to say, given that I make a living with my words. Recent news has certainly sent word bombs flying throughout all the media sources.  As Christians, how...

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