• When I get home from work each day, Laura and I will often catch up on how our days went. We recount what we did, with whom we spent time, and the list of things we didn’t get done. Sometimes Laura’s response is, “Well, I know I . . .


  • As I lay awake the other night ruminating over upcoming meetings, plans, and agendas, my mind was racing a mile a minute. Rest there was not. And although I’m quite familiar with Jesus’ words, “Do not worry about tomorrow,” (Matthew 6:34), that familiarity did not...


  • I’ve heard people say that the hardest thing about the Christian life is waiting. We live in a culture of instant gratification, and then a preacher gets up (like me) and says, “Heaven is a wonderful place, filled with glory and grace! Give your life to Jesus now, and in 70 years you’ll...