A Silent Hero

                  They say a person’s true character is revealed by what he does when no one is looking.  Those words describe Nicholas Winton perfectly. Born in England in 1909, he was baptized as a member of the Anglican...

Foundation of Faith

We live in a world that is ideologically divided on many levels.  Sadly, violence seems to be the rule rather than the exception, with increasing persecution of Christians worldwide. That’s exactly what occurred on Palm Sunday.  A terrorist strapped with explosives...

Three Days Can Make a Difference

I was privileged to attend and speak at a women’s conference last weekend.  The camp was a Salvation Army encampment/retreat and it was just that – a retreat from the cares of the world.  The women attending were from all walks of life, yet shared scars in their lives...

When Anger Consumes You

I was in an emergency room late one night several years ago.  There were victims of wrecks, attacks, and brutal crimes.  A child whose arms and face were bruised leaving you to wonder if they really fell down stairs or were beaten by a parent.  A woman was there...

One of a Kind

This post is dedicated to a very special woman.  She is the sweetest, loving, and most encouraging woman I know – my mother-in-law, Sandra.  Many of you know her, but for those that don’t, here’s a glimpse of a remarkable woman. The first time I met Sandra was a year...