I believed in karma. Or what my favorite conservative radio show host at the time called “personal responsibility.” If you work hard, make good choices, do your best – I thought – you’ll succeed. This is the inevitable consequence of a job well done. And if you’re not successful –… Read More
An entire shelf of books in my office is dedicated to the beatitudes. (I may have obsessed a bit.) Almost all of them quote Augustus Toplady in the first chapter – what it means to be “poor in spirit.” The words he penned in the old hymn Rock Of Ages… Read More
The first e-mail I ever got from Ann was signed “All’s grace, Ann.”
That little phrase stopped me. It’s a powerful little sermon isn’t it?
All’s a gift. And it’s all I need. All sufficient. And for all. View Post
God dug ten holes and called them Law. God’s people were warned not to step in the holes so no one would get hurt. Or stuck. One day well-meaning religious leaders, who loved God and His people deeply, decided to lay cones around the holes. With cones in place, no… Read More