It Was Amazing, Grace…

"Amazing Grace! How sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found Was blind, but now I see." It was at least 80 years ago that the young Georgia boy sat at his mother's knee whilst she read through her Bible study, humming her favorite hymn, "Amazing … Continue reading It Was Amazing, Grace…



I have found the one whom my soul loves.  Song of Solomon 3:4 It was set just right; snapping white table linens, brightly polished silverware, fine bone china plate.  Intimately postioned in the corner, the round table nestled perfectly to view the seaside and also afford a delicate sense of privacy. He entered the restaurant, … Continue reading Intentional

A Farewell on Springs Road

We sat at the edge of his winter garden on an unusually bright and mild December day for the mid-Atlantic. My father and I were visiting. An elderly man, he was experiencing the middle stages of Alzheimers. For him, it was a better place to be. He had moved beyond the frustration and anger of … Continue reading A Farewell on Springs Road

My Father’s Half Life

I remember years ago President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. He bravely told the world and by doing so, drew this dreaded disease out of the shadows and into the collective global discussion. A perfect example where God took an awful thing in his life and used it for good in others. The awareness … Continue reading My Father’s Half Life

A Trembling Hand

The quote above is from a signer of the Declaration of Independence I am thoroughly convinced that the founding of this country was not man’s idea but the very conception of our Almighty God. All the odds were against a rag tag group of Patriots. Choosing to rise up against the most powerful nation in … Continue reading A Trembling Hand


Angela dropped the phone down in its cradle and put her head in her hands. This was not going well. Her client was untenable. They wanted to renegotiate a very lucrative contract, and not in her company's favor. She looked out the window of her corner office on the 13th floor. It was raining, again. … Continue reading Strive

What It Cost

I knew in the beginning I would fall in love with you - I mean how could I not? Look at you... you are made so intricately, so beautifully, so fearfully and wonderfully…. I used to watch you as you played with other children. How you would smile so sweetly -  and run so fast, … Continue reading What It Cost

Who Do You Love?

It is so much easier to stay angry, peeved or put out. It helps us walk through the problem with a sense of self righteousness…. get that? “Self” + “Right.” Clearly, as noted in the clip above of Jesus in the Passion of The Christ it is that very human choice which we are advised … Continue reading Who Do You Love?

A Love Like That

“Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”” ‭‭John‬ ‭11:25-26‬ ‭NIV‬‬ Today is Easter. A day of love fulfilled, the day that death and sin are … Continue reading A Love Like That