Eyes of Green….dedicated to our Philippine friends

Dealing with disaster from a biblical perspective helps in this respect: we know we live in a fallen world. It’s broken. While creation shows incredible beauty and intricacy, it also shows that something is deadly wrong. So when disaster strikes, the question is often raised, “Why did this happen?”  Or,… Continue reading

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When Bad Things Happen–A Serene Night When Moore OK is Suffering

The juxtaposition of good and bad things together causes a real tension in most people. However, the widespread news of a disaster (like the F5 tornado in Moore Oklahoma) and something totally wonderful bring the question home. My wife and I are very familiar with walking through both extremely good… Continue reading

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Quite Majestic Heavens in a Raging Sea of Circumstances

Today I quietly watched and listened to my wife. The second and third days after chemo are usually the worst, but she was talking about getting things to put on 4 pallets for our friends in Uganda, sorting more things to send to our friends in the Philippines, and a… Continue reading

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The Irony of Catastrophe

The sketch of the crescent moon at dawn on the 28th day of April shows a peaceful scene. It was the first day of the star gaze, where about 150 people were gathered to watch the evening skies with telescopes for 3 consecutive nights in French Camp, Mississippi. I woke… Continue reading

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