A Small Voice in the Storm

March 30th 2016 No comments yet  

rain on the windowThough I believe our God speaks in a still, small voice, I also believe that voice can accompany a storm. I was reminded of this when my new car happened to be among the 50,000 vehicles in the Dallas area damaged by our recent hail disaster. I cannot say I have enjoyed the aftermath, but I can say that the Spirit has made His message clear to me through the wreckage.

Right now, the cars of Dallas are a mess of busted windshields and dented bodies—to …

I Wasn’t Expecting That

September 18th 2015 1 comment so far  

girl field storm walkingAt 3:30 in the morning last Friday, my phone rang. People don’t often receive good news, like winning the lottery or being cured of cancer, at that time of night. Usually, an early morning phone call means trouble, and this story is no exception. When I answered, my good friend and neighbor—I’ll call her The Bride—told me her recently wedded husband had suffered a seizure, and she asked if my roommate and I would come wait for the ambulance with her. Within a minute, we were out the …

Celebrities and Our Contentment

August 1st 2014 No comments yet  

489253_65091885Celebrity culture has always fascinated me. I do not watch TMZ or pick up copies of People at the grocery store, but it is an interesting cultural phenomenon to observe from a distance. Folks like Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, and Justin Bieber live in completely different stratospheres than the rest of us. It is incredible to watch how a person’s priorities shift when they have more money than the GDP of a small country and a constantly massaged ego. Instead of worrying about …

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