EDITOR’S LETTER June 2022

On water sports and finding God’s will        Imagine floating on your back in the middle of the reservoir.          You’re wearing a lifejacket, and as you float like a dead bug, your...

EDITOR’S LETTER May 2022

Why we should keep on asking        “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and the one who seeks finds,...

EDITOR’S LETTER April 2022

Some truth for when you’re wound too tight        If you’re on social media, you probably know what happened at the Oscars on March 27: Will Smith hit Chris Rock.         If you haven’t...

EDITOR’S LETTER March 2022

    Don't hit snooze        I recently attended a virtual writing group, and our leader read us a poem called “Don’t Go Back To Sleep.” It’s a good poem, and easy to find online. The...

EDITOR’S LETTER February 2022

New pianos and Jesus             When I was 12, I started taking piano lessons. Every Thursday for five years, I spent 30 minutes learning and playing music at Brian Faulkner’s house...

EDITOR’S LETTER January 2022

A New Year’s note to self        Two years ago in this space, I wrote about how I tend to let fear of imperfection keep me from moving forward in God’s will.         Anybody else take a...

EDITOR’S LETTER December 2021

  When memories fail, God’s love remains        When I was little, I had a fat, hollow, red plastic baseball bat made by Playskool.  The bat’s bloated size made me think I was a good...

EDITOR’S LETTER November 2021

  Teacups, cowboy boots and finding our worth        Feeling a little like a bull in a china shop, I and my cowboy boots clomped into a beautiful room that could only be described as a...

EDITOR’S LETTER October 2021

Splinters, sore throats, and hearing from God      Sometimes the answer to our problem is obvious, but we haven’t paid attention.          Sometimes we’re so busy worrying, we fail to ask God...

EDITOR’S LETTER September 2021

  Saying goodbye to a furry friend        Y’all, don’t hold this against me, but I’m a cat person.         I know dogs are more popular. I know they’re nicer. I know they’re “man’s...

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