For the first time in over forty years I will be celebrating Christmas without my wife, Beverly. Yet, as difficult as it will be I know that through the birth of Christ, God has shown his love for us and that He will never leave us alone. John 11:25 Beverly, or Mimi to her grandkids, […]
Happy Birthday, Jesus!
We see it all the time. Hurricanes, tornadoes, alien invasions…everybody has left town except the police, fire and rescue and some silly news reporter.
Adam’s rib: God’s first attempt. She probabaly didn’t last through the first tailgate party.
The never-ending quest for wisdom and the answers to universal mysteries continues. But sometimes seemingly perplexing questions are not all that tough after all.
After we agree to somethings we often discover unintended consequences.
Faith tells most of us that there’s something going on after this life. And, if we behave ourselves, it’s probably nice. But nobody knows what it will really be like.
Texans don’t dream of white Christmases. But we might wonder about them. Seeing one every thirty or forty years might be kind of nice. Seeing more than one might make you question all the global warming theories. This is a card I sent out previously. It has longhorns, bluebonnets, oil rigs and even an old […]
OK, I admit it. This is a joke that has to be explained to almost everybody. Lots of people have heard of Attila the Hun but don’t know much more than that he was one bad dude. Fewer people know who Pope Leo was except that he must have been a pope or something. The […]
One of my heroes, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a Lutheran theologian who could not ignore the abuses by the Nazis. He left Germany and spent time in England and in the United States but returned to his homeland to participate in the resistance. He was eventually arrested in 1943 and executed just before the end of […]