Fresh Fish for Sale

A man was criticized for failing to provide for his family.

The Greatest Gift of All

A long time ago in Persia, a benevolent ruler named Shah Abbis reigned

Seizing Opportunities to Shine the Light to Strangers

What object will we pursue this day—a paycheck, a win, a pleasure, an accolade, or a pat on the back? Perhaps all of these and others. But isn’t there something more exciting, more important, more significant, and more permanent? Yes, we can pursue a soul today!

I’ve Got Friends in Low Places

Garth Brooks’ classic song long ago ascended and descended the charts. Yet it still enjoys considerable airtime on country stations. Its theme was not exactly sermon material, but then again, he may be on to something. I do have friends in low places.

I Drive a Donkey

There is an obscure Bible character that holds a great deal of fascination for me. His name is Harbona(h) and his name only appears twice, both in connection with the account of Esther. He is introduced in Esther 1:10 and plays a key role in this divine story of providence in Esther 7:9.

Everything I Needed to Know About Life I Learned from a Jigsaw Puzzle

When things aren’t going so well, take a break...

Three Books on God’s Reading List

What does an omniscient God read?

Did he spit in the face of an umpire?

In 2005, the chaplain for the Washington National's baseball team was suspended and barred from the clubhouse. What did he do?

Can One Rely on the Bible?

Yes, absolutely. While we do not have an original copy of the Bible, it has been faithfully handed down from one generation to another.

Burnt Biscuits

A little burnt biscuit never hurt anyone!