Category: What is Divine Intervention?

A Way to Say?

I am honored to have facilitated a few “ordinary” people through the process of capturing their extraordinary stories for publication on Amazon Books. What a privilege it is to assist someone in telling of God’s works. It has become clear to me that everyone has a story! Apparently Jewish grandparents have known this for a Read More …

Out of the Bag?

Oswald Chambers says that to tell the truth is more honoring to God than to tell a lie. But what is truth? And how is it measured? I don’t know much, but I do know something about how it’s NOT measured. Not by feelings, for example, or sincerity. After all, Hitler was sincere — very. Read More …

The Real Deal?

Reading the Book of Job is difficult. Every year as I read through the Bible and return  to this part of the Old Testament, I am struck by Job’s honesty about his agony. He does not hold back from expressing his heart-felt feelings, even regretting the day he was ever born. This encourages me to Read More …

Without Excuse?

In his letter to the Romans, Paul writes that many do not realize how easy it is to discern God. He says, “Man is without excuse, because God can be clearly seen in all things created.” Basically, Paul is saying it’s as simple as looking out a window and contemplating intricacy for a hot second. Could Read More …

Bittersweet?

In the process of packing up 21 years of life here in The Shire, we are feeling increasingly poignant. There is such sweetness in this relocation, yet there is sadness too. Not one speck of bitterness, so it is not, for us, bittersweet. It is sad-sweet. Containing the loss of leaving. It is  grief saturated Read More …