Monthly Archives For December 2017


We all have those times when we wonder where God is. Many of us, if not all of us, have felt deserted by Him at some time – or just always doubted His existence at all. The outcome of my surgeries, the fact of that being plural to begin with, left me feeling very abandoned…. Read more »

The Color Red – A Christmas Vignette

In his forty-three years, Thomas had become familiar with the color red. He first recalled seeing red at the age of seven when his father came home, drunk out of his mind. Then there were the red tail lights when his wife drove off and left him for his best friend. Blood had flowed everywhere on… Read more »

God’s Loving Patience

  “You gotta be kidding me!”  “Nope. I heard it myself.”  “But we’re messengers, fighters, emissaries, not singers!” “Well, we won’t be singing, but we are assigned as part of a heavenly host making a grand announcement. I’m not sure what the event is but I hear it’s big.” “I guess I’ll go if I… Read more »