A reflection on Ash Wednesday after the first Sunday in Lent may be a bit late to the […]
“Savior, when in dust to thee, Low we bow the abending knee, When, repentant to the skies, scarce […]
No trip to the beach is complete without a stroll along the water’s edge, searching for seashells and […]
Circles of children spinning around. Holding hands, puling each other down, bearing each other up. Laughs and giggles, […]
While many of us might think a fire in the wild is always bad, for some time farmers and ranchers have used controllable burns to not only reset their fields but even replenish them. Also, even natural fires can be good for new growth to occur and stop the decay of a rotting forest which could even be worse for the environment.
By Hillary Asbury – This month’s illustration is based on Genesis 3: 17-19: Cursed is the ground because […]
By Joel A. Hess – Because these wings are no longer wings to fly But merely vans to […]
By Joel A Hess –
Nothing is worse than a drama queen, right? Like a train wreck, we slow down our cars to watch them on reality T.V., Hollywood award shows, or perhaps we get to enjoy a live show at work or on campus. They wear their emotions on their sleeve. Well I suppose it’s just one emotion. They are upset and they want to make sure everyone knows. One can tell that they actually like being upset!
By Joel Hess Next week many of us will begin the Lenten season feeling the pastor smudging ashes […]