Putting Your Trust in Jesus in a Crisis

When I visited the Sea of Galilee the water shone like a mirror. The sturdy fishing vessels that lined the harbor seemed excessive for such a tranquil setting. Yet, the Sea

Finding significance in the day-to-day

We plan to attend a sunrise service this Easter Sunday at Red Rocks in Colorado, along with thousands of other worshippers. 14,000 people attended the last service. Organizers recommend arriving

When you’ve been let down

Have you ever sensed you will be let down? You arrange to meet someone, for instance, and they don’t turn up. “I knew this would happen,” you say

How you should prepare to be successful

Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. (Alexander Graham Bell.) A beautiful wedding takes a lot of planning. To get a good grade in an exam

When we focus on the pain instead of the joy ahead

When the contractions came, I didn’t recognize them. I thought my back hurt from the weight of carrying 36-week twins. When the pains became more regular and only

A challenge to break the rules

I discovered something about myself a few years ago. I am a rule-breaker. I don’t like anyone telling me what to do. Of course, I don’t always go against

Welcome a God who loves to be part of the day-to-day

Leaving Nazareth, he went and lived in Capernaum, which was by the lake in the area of Zebulun and Naphtali. Matthew 4:13 I visited Capernaum on an October day