Cleaving the Murk

“One swallow does not make a summer, but one skein of geese, cleaving the murk of March thaw, is the Spring.” Aldo Leopold Years ago in early March, I arose before daybreak and… Continue reading

Little Red Cup

Originally I had intended to write an article about red coffee cups. It would have been a tongue-in-cheek observation of the pseudo controversy surrounding Starbucks conspiracy to undermine the celebration of Christmas. At… Continue reading

Prophets, Kings and God

            Exodus begins with the Israelites “…greatly, increased in numbers and became so numerous that the land was filled with them.”[i] They were becoming a potent people in Egypt which forced the Pharaoh… Continue reading

Hiding?

I read an article about a small town hospital in Missouri which was struggling to stay open. It had a payroll of $80,000.00 for the month and only $8,000.00 in the bank. Their… Continue reading

God, Can I have a Bike?

            A young boy asks his parents if they would buy him a new bike. Though they could afford it, the parents insist that he work for it. Arrangements are made to earn… Continue reading

Where Have All the Flowers Gone

Is It Summer or Winter?

  I once worked for a guy who didn’t like the Fourth of July. It meant that summer was half over and it would soon be winter. By my calendar there are 160… Continue reading

History or Theology?

            Exodus begins with the Israelites “…greatly, increased in numbers and became so numerous that the land was filled with them.”[i] They were becoming a potent people in Egypt which forced the Pharaoh… Continue reading

OT: Relevant or Archaic?

  From a Christian perspective, the New Testament is the fulfillment of the Old. The work God began with the Israelites is foundational in the Gospel and the works of the Apostles. Since… Continue reading

Ministry Matters™ | Blog | God Said It . . . And that Unsettles It

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Ministry Matters™ | Blog | God Said It . . . And that Unsettles It