In John 11 we find one of the most fascinating incidents in Jesus’ life. He hears that a friend, Lazarus, is sick and near death. Rather than go and easily heal the man, He tarries and Lazarus dies. When Jesus finally shows up on the scene, Martha, the dead man’s sister, comes to Him and … More Facing Grief Now
Patriarchy. It’s a hot button topic lately, from the Sherlock special “The Abominable Bride” to Progressive commercials. To say the least, it’s getting a bad wrap, which is understandable on some level. If you look up the definition on Google, you’ll see that it’s “a system of society or government in which the father or eldest … More “Riders of the Purple Sage” and Patriarchy Done Right
With the new year will come new stories to write…and this is the first of the crop! In this next installment of the College-Time Mysteries, Bryan and John are asked to help a young man whose identity was not only stolen, but completely changed! Can they dig to the bottom of this confounding caper? Who … More New Mystery: Who Are You?
I’ve been a little busy with blogging this past week…so much so my traditional “Reflections” post got pushed back some. I’ll start off by pointing you to the song I feel best encapsulates the year in my mind: “Wasteland” by NEEDTOBREATHE. You might look at the title to the song (and even this post) and … More Reflections on 2015–Out of the Wasteland