A Timely Poem

“The Lord knoweth the thoughts of man, that they are vanity.” Psalm 94:11 KJV

I hold it true that thoughts are things;

They’re endowed with bodies and breath and wings:

And that we send them forth to fill

The world with good results, or ill.

That which we call . . . → Read More: A Timely Poem

Cultivating a Whole Heart For God

Are you wanting a change in your life? There was a time in my life when I desperately wanted a change. Maybe that’s where you are today…

A changed life begins by seeking truth. Truth is found in the Bible. When I began to seek the truth of God’s Word, my life began to change. It turns . . . → Read More: Cultivating a Whole Heart For God

Order Your Steps

Following a trail during a hiking trip can lead to out of the way locations. Opportunities abound to see some amazing sites. Standing on a high mountain looking out over a valley is truly a delight. But while looking outward at the expanse, it’s also imperative to look downward, because it could be you’re standing on . . . → Read More: Order Your Steps

Choose Jesus Sooner Rather Than Later

“I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me.” Proverbs 8:17

In Proverbs 8:17 the author encourages the reader to love and seek wisdom early.  Why?  It’s easier to learn new things before bad habits are established. Fewer mistakes will be made. Less energy is wasted trying to figure out life . . . → Read More: Choose Jesus Sooner Rather Than Later

New Post on Relate Magazine!

Relate Magazine for teens just posted my newest devotion article called “Let God Be Your Giant Slayer” !

The young David slaying the giant Goliath is a favorite, well-known Bible story. Using this story, I offer some thoughts on what God is looking for in a “giant slayer”. He wants someone after His own . . . → Read More: New Post on Relate Magazine!

Becoming An Encourager

It is so annoying when people just say things without thinking. I know I am annoyed with myself when I do it! Words just pop out that I really wasn’t expecting to say. Where do these words come from? Thoughts! I don’t know who is more surprised, me or the one my words were aimed at.  . . . → Read More: Becoming An Encourager


Memorial Day is the day we recognize those who died in the service of our country. We don’t know all their stories, but we do know that each one was known by God. God is the creator of each one, and is the one who mapped out their lives. Some followed His will and His . . . → Read More: Remembering…

An Unfolding Spiritual Journey

Under the Shadow of His Wings…

My inner being was empty.  I felt the loss keenly, uncertain why I felt incomplete.  Worse, nothing seemed to fill the emptiness inside.  I flowed through life without purpose, seemingly alone, and uncertain why I was alive.  Questions filled my heart, unspoken, but meditated upon.  No answers came.

One day a . . . → Read More: An Unfolding Spiritual Journey

Seven Steps to Resolving Conflict

Holiday times often bring reminders of conflicts past. Sometimes these conflicts are never resolved, resulting in damaged relationships and even broken relationships. The holidays when families come together to celebrate are often tense, strained, and usually unpleasant because of past conflicts. This year with these seven steps from Proverbs on how to resolve conflict, there is . . . → Read More: Seven Steps to Resolving Conflict


“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.” Luke 6:38 (KJV)

Charitable giving is such a simple concept, and brings much satisfaction. So why is . . . → Read More: ASPECTS OF GIVING