. . . Wait on the Lord

We've had a very obvious crack in our dining room ceiling for a while. (Don't worry, it's not a structural problem--just a house built in 1953.) I put some spackle on it, then sanded it smooth with some damp steel wool. Then I realized I ran out of the paint I need to complete this … Continue reading . . . Wait on the Lord

Dear Central Oaks (Part 10)

Today is the official beginning of a new season of life for many of us. I’m not sure when fall starts, but new routines begin on the Tuesday after Labor Day because that’s when everyone is back in school. Keep the Fortune’s, Walker’s, Riggs’, Wells’, Cox’s, Tehya, and Rose in your prayers as those individuals … Continue reading Dear Central Oaks (Part 10)

Dear Central Oaks (part 2)

It’s nearing the middle of the week already. I’m basically finished preparing for the teaching for Wednesday night, and I’m hopeful about the Lord using that in you. It has been encouraging to see the number of you coming to that grow. I pray the Lord would help me be faithful no matter how many … Continue reading Dear Central Oaks (part 2)

Dear Church Family,

Today’s blog doesn’t have a theme. It’s just a letter of some things I wanted to write to you. I hope you’ll read. If all of you would not just continue in the faith, but grow in faithfulness and fruitfulness, my joy would abound. I mean that sincerely. When God gives me the honor of … Continue reading Dear Church Family,

One Simple Way to Replace Fear With Peace

Church family, Our enemy knows his time is drawing short. It’s always darkest right before the dawn. Things will go on from bad to worse until the parousia (that’s a word that means “revealing”). He knows he can’t separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. But he can try to immobilize us. … Continue reading One Simple Way to Replace Fear With Peace