Weather Warning or Weather Blessing

Part of the culture of unbelief is manifest in a popular topic: the weather. It’s “mother-nature this” or “mother nature that.” The thin, magnificent, and relatively stable atmosphere, which is equivalent to the width of pencil mark on circle drawn on a piece of regular-sized paper, is viewed as “that’s just… Continue reading

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Forgetting the Boundary Maker

In a recent visit to a familiar boundary between sea and land, I had an opportunity to observe the incoming waves on the beach. The peaceful morning led to the little sketch below. On our local travels in the same area we saw hundreds of homes built on stilts due… 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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Walking Down the Valley and Thoughts of Japan

We do practical projects in CHRISTWORKS that come out of our faith in Jesus Christ. I still remember visiting a little church near New Orleans. They had been pretty much wiped out by Katrina and were in a race to get on their feet again. We helped a little bit.… Continue reading

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