Shakin at the Shack

Okay, I waited way too long to read The Shack. Now it stands as one of the most earthshaking impacts on my life. Right up there with C. S. Lewis and other authors who dared to use imagination to get us to see the grace of God. This just might be the clearest picture of the face and nature of …

From a Distance

This is a Watercooler Wednesday post. Life can be an exhilarating, confusing and sometimes debilitating kaleidescope of images and colors. I remember when a girl in high school told me that God had told her to break up with me. It was devastating, especially since God had said nothing to me and my name came first alphabetically. Since then, I …

Try Honking, that might loosen it up

Three things I have learned today. Trying to get from the Atlanta airport to anywhere makes a soul long for Christ’s return. You can’t get back to the Atlanta airport from anywhere in time to catch your flight. No matter how much patience you have, it can be exhausted on any freeway in Atlanta. Atlanta is a beautiful city, you …

Dead Right? Turn Left? or Something Better?

Monday May 5th,USA Today carried an article entitled, ” The Resilient Religious Right.” The article was basically an expose’ of the media’s false perception that the religious right is in it’s last throes of death. This coincided with a recent article in Forbes Magazine entitled, “The return of the Religious left.“ I personally believe the answer lies somewhere beyond the …

Would God? – Dogwood!

A prayer. Please God would you break the gloom that winter brings to my soul. A doubt. Will he hear me? Does he really care? A glance. Just off my deck, my first sight of a dogwood that has bloomed since my last time home. I had just finished my prayer!!! Praise! He hears. He answers. He speaks to me …