More Bumble Than Believer, [Aging]

It’s strange getting older. It’s not for the faint of heart.  A whirlwind of days and nights swirl from this human drama, and I think I may be starting thinking about my exit— Lord willing, stage right. I’m supposed to be a ‘veteran’ now– a mature believer.  I’m not supposed to get stressed.  However, age isContinue reading “More Bumble Than Believer, [Aging]”

My Mortal Enemy

  “Must I then, indeed,  Pain, live with you All through my life? –sharing my fire, my bed, And, when I feed myself, feeding you, too?”  Edna St. Vincent Millay The critical issue many face is just trying to survive the next episode of depression or mania.  Somehow I think that cohabitating with something that isContinue reading “My Mortal Enemy”

Spellbound Captives of the Night

  “We are all infected and impure with sin.       When we display our righteous deeds,       they are nothing but filthy rags.    Like autumn leaves, we wither and fall,       and our sins sweep us away like the wind.” Isaiah 64:6, NLT There are bad things that happen to us— ugly, awful and evil things, that onlyContinue reading “Spellbound Captives of the Night”

Martyrs in America? Maybe

Believers must reconsider the issues of being salt and light in our flourishing pagan culture. For instance, the Church has tried hundreds of approaches in evangelism, and I know of several first-hand. I’m afraid that most of them are rather stale. Sorry. Sometime ago, someone suggested that I see,  The Passion of The Christ directed byContinue reading “Martyrs in America? Maybe”