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Jesus’ Unique Glory

One of our little girls continually impresses me with her insightful questions. These days of social distancing as a family have provided more opportunities to hear our children’s candid remarks. We have been enjoying our Sunday mornings together immensely. In terms of personal growth in God’s Word, as a family, these Sundays have been asContinue reading “Jesus’ Unique Glory”

From Dusk to Dawn

As we stood there together at the water’s edge on a December night looking out over the horizon, I was reminded of God’s faithfulness. Although the sun had dipped below the skyline and darkness was settling in, we could glimpse the scattered orange rays of sunlight breaking in through the clouds. It was rare toContinue reading “From Dusk to Dawn”

Mary’s Song

Well, it wasn’t your typical Christmas Eve service. We set out not knowing what to expect. A “drive thru” morning Christmas Eve service—what does that even look like? We’re used to an hour service at night with cantata, communion, and candlelight. But these days of the pandemic are truly unprecedented. So, with masks in-hand, weContinue reading “Mary’s Song”

Gratitude in Serving

2020 is a year we won’t soon forget. Obviously, there’s the five letters: COVID. Yet, the year has also been marred by civil unrest and record setting wildfire and hurricane seasons. In such a time as this, we appreciate what remains constant in life. Amid the tenuous state of these days we can be gratefulContinue reading “Gratitude in Serving”

On C. S. Lewis’ Moral Argument for God’s Existence

For those needing a breather from ballot-counting and political pundits. . .   You are having a conversation with someone who asks—“how can you be sure God exists?” A simple reply might be, “I have yet to be convinced otherwise.” One might approach the topic another way, averring: “why should I not believe in God?”Continue reading “On C. S. Lewis’ Moral Argument for God’s Existence”

On Not Taking Others at Face Value

The typical profile of the Italian male is someone with dark skin, hair, and eyes and, according to one study, standing 174 cm (about five-foot-eight and one-half inch) tall. Such features resemble, in particular, the southern Italian, who comprised the decisive majority of Italians coming to America in the twentieth century. Southerners generally have darkerContinue reading “On Not Taking Others at Face Value”

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