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Time to Risk

Time to Risk

Diving with sharks. Diving with sharks with my fourteen-year-old son. Diving in cenotes (freshwater caverns in Mexico). Trips to countries where people are murdered for their faith. Some say I am an adrenaline junkie, an adventurer, or a risk taker. My wife usually...
A Woman Who Says Yes to God

A Woman Who Says Yes to God

My four-year-old granddaughter, Addy, was intently playing in her room. She heard her daddy calling her from downstairs, “Addy, come downstairs. We need to go.” Addy was in her own little world of imagination, interacting with her dolls. She didn’t want to be...
Space Was Not My Final Frontier

Space Was Not My Final Frontier

“Three, two, one …” For so many of life’s great events, this countdown of anticipation stirs imagination! For me, it also represented the ultimate achievement after years of education, preparation, and envisioning my future. Hearing this countdown from the...
Waiting or Disobeying?

Waiting or Disobeying?

What we call “waiting on God” should sometimes be more honestly called “delaying obedience.” When God speaks, we should be ready to act—and ready to fully act. But His call is not always convenient, is it? There may be something we want to take care of first, or we...
Learning to Live by Faith

Learning to Live by Faith

Satan wants to convince us that the only way we can ever be different is if our circumstances change. So we play the “if only” game: “If only we didn’t have to move . . .” “If only we lived closer to my parents . . .” “If only we had a bigger house . . .” “If only we...
Tapestry of Faith

Tapestry of Faith

What is faith? No better answer is given in perhaps all the Bible than in the great eleventh chapter of the book of Hebrews. Here a tapestry is unfolded, depicting great examples of faith from the record of Old Testament heroes. In great castles, dark tapestries hang...