Paul Harvey once told the story of a man who saved for a longtime to buy his dream car. Two days after driving it off the showroom floor, his wife was driving it and got into a fender-bender. She knew her husband would be devastated, and she surveyed the damage in tears. When asked to … More What Can Separate You from the Love of God in 2020?
A man lived in the tombs. He was a throwaway person. And society had tossed him. They chained him hand and foot. But he broke the chains and streaked naked in the valley below. Scars, like tattoos covered his body. His shame exposed for the whole community to witness. He had no stronghold. No shoulder … More Finding the Ultimate Secure Attachment
I was listening to an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, and Daniel Day Lewis, and they were talking about the making of the movie Lincoln, in which Lewis won the Academy Award for Best Actor. They referenced how Lewis had captured Lincoln’s voice, and Oprah said that the voice is the fingerprint of the … More The Voice is the Fingerprint of the Soul
I like walking. I walk a lot, especially at Radnor Lake, which is near my home in Nashville, Tennessee. Nature is always waiting for me at that lake. Some days the birds explode in a hallelujah crescendo. Sometimes there’s only one or two fluttering from the trees as I pass. And the wind? The wind … More God Is the Wind in Our Sails
I believe the answer is in the transformation of my heart. Peace comes from entrusting God with all my life—not just “spiritual” places, but deep into the recesses of my human heart. … More Am I living a fear-based life or a faith-based life?