When Daddy Comin?

For the past two weeks, I have been home with my family celebrating our new arrival! Since there is only so much I can do for our new baby, most of my time was spent playing with and taking Read more

Angel Tree

When I was a child, my family fully embraced the traditions of Christmas. We decorated our home with the most cherished ornaments, lights, and bows. We handmade or purchased gifts with much thought about the receiver. We made plans Read more

Begin with Jesus

The autobiography of G. Stanley Jones is titled A Song of Ascent, and it’s considered to be a spiritual classic. Jones was a great man: a missionary to India, a friend to Gandhi, a tireless world traveler, and a Read more


Have you ever been responsible for a task you didn’t particularly enjoy? Perhaps you can relate to one homemaker who developed a unique perspective on some of her less enjoyable household duties. She said: I don't do windows because I Read more

New Each Day

Patrick Henry, whose primary contribution to the history books is the phrase "Give me liberty or give me death," made another memorable statement. He said, "I know of no way of judging the future but by the past." Repeat this before Read more

Jesus Freak

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Seriously Funny, part 5

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For over 30 years, Ken Davis has brought laughter and truth around the world through his unique sense of humor and gifted biblical teaching. In his latest message, “Seriously Funny,” Ken uses his hilarious sense of humor to encourage believers. His overwhelming joy in the Lord spills over as he shares humorous anecdotes of his marriage, kids, and personal experiences. Ken’s message is not only entertaining, but spiritually uplifting and strengthening in a time when many of us carry heavy burdens. His humorous, biblical teaching will make you cry with laughter and lead you to rediscover joy in the Lord.

Going Home

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177324362_eb41d14100Jesus said:  “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me.   In my Father’s house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you.  And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.” John 14:1-3

After serving as a missionary for forty years in Africa, Henry C. Morrison became sick and had to return to America. As the great ocean liner docked in New York Harbor there was a great crowd gathered to welcome home another passenger on that boat. Morrison watched as President Teddy Roosevelt received a grand “welcome home” party after his African safari.

Resentment seized Henry Morrsion, and he turned to God in anger, “I have come back home after all this time and service to the church and there is no one, not even one person here to welcome me home.”

Then a still small voice came to Morrison and said, “You’re not home yet.”

Perhaps it’s time to get our minds off this world and on to the things of heaven.  We need to begin to think and act like citizens of that land.  We need to be ready to go home. It is my prayer that as we consider heaven and the joy of meeting Jesus face to face, our hearts will begin to long for home.