This morning, on the 8th anniversary of the catastrophic Haitian earthquake, I did something I hope none of you ever has to do. I told my daughters that the President … Continue reading Why Haitians?
This morning, I sat on the front porch drinking coffee and watching the rain fall with Alastor the Monster Mutt after the kids boarded the bus for school. The rain … Continue reading Rest for the Suffering Soul
“…in those times of persecution outlaws became heroes…”, Alfred Edersheim, History of the Old Testament I am so comforted by the truth that God has a way of bringing the … Continue reading David on the Run From Saul
A friend of mine says that it would be impossible to truthfully make a movie about the Bible because the film would be so bloody and violent it would garner … Continue reading Does the Church Have Anything to Say to a Suffering World?
“As he (Jesus) went along, he saw a man blind from birth. 2 His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” 3 “Neither … Continue reading Is Our Sufferng God’s Will? My Take…
When the dust settled in Moore, Oklahoma it didn’t take long for the conversation to turn to God, suffering, and God’s sovereign will. One teacher was quoted as saying she … Continue reading What Do You Think? Is Our Suffering God’s Will?