My Outlet, Your Outlet

Commitment to Writing Since April of 2021, my life rhythms have been radically changed since making a commitment to daily writing. I made this pledge quickly, but not spontaneously. In my faith, I wanted an outlet to bring Gospel truth to others. Openly sharing the Word is part of my natural process as well. Nonetheless,Continue reading “My Outlet, Your Outlet”

Last Words

People always have a fascination with the last words of celebrities, actors, and well-known people. When General John Sedgwick was sitting on his horse looking toward the Confederate Army he said, “They couldn’t hit an elephant at this distan…” He was killed by sharpshooter at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House. You never know ifContinue reading “Last Words”

Are You Working Out With God Today?

Lifting has always been a recreational activity for me.  However, as I developed more athletically, I have found a greater need for lifting heavier. And heavier. And then heavier.  Recently while lifting, I had gotten advice to adjust my form in order to lift more efficiently for my sport. Upon taking this advice, I liftedContinue reading “Are You Working Out With God Today?”

Prayer of Comfort

Father, I am going off script. I know that You are not the author of confusion, but God, I am confused and I don’t know where that leaves me. Nowhere can I run to escape you, nor would I ever, yet as life rolls on like waves in high tide, I am lost. The DevilContinue reading “Prayer of Comfort”

God Is Our Refuge?

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; Though the waters thereof roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with the swelling thereof. Selah” (Psalm 46:1-3). Psalm 46.Continue reading “God Is Our Refuge?”

Endure (With Some Help)

At the 1992 Olympics, in the 400 meter semi-finals, renowned British sprinter Derek Redmond lined up as one of the top prospects and attractions of the race.  This prospective attraction’s hopes were quickly reduced to rubble after Redmond tore his hamstring early in the race.  Although clearly in a lot of pain, Redmond continued limpingContinue reading “Endure (With Some Help)”