Resurrection Hope (Noah, Elijah and COVID-19)

Title: The Story of Us: Resurrection Text: Luke 24: 5-7 God said and there was…and it was excellent in every way until it wasn’t.  In an epic love story, we spend the whole of the Old Testament trying to buy back to what was lost in the Fall.  Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Sarah,Continue reading “Resurrection Hope (Noah, Elijah and COVID-19)”

Musings on the Illusion of Control

Musings on the Illusion of Control Couldn’t sleep tonight. Never can on Sundays. Could be I am still jazzed from church. Could be I am too tired to sleep. Could be I start my nightly workouts at 10:00. Could be I had four Diet Cokes for supper. Could be all four. Tonight I was thinkingContinue reading “Musings on the Illusion of Control”

Need Some Hope? (Then Change Your Inputs)

 I have been thinking about hope and how it relates to happiness. In part, because so many people seem…well…miserable. That was my first epiphany upon entering the world of Social Media a few years back ­– people are unhappy, there are a lot of them, and they are happy (pun intended) to post about it.Continue reading “Need Some Hope? (Then Change Your Inputs)”

Hope (A Candle in the Wind)

Hope (A Candle in the Wind) Between 1989 and 1992 my family lived in Manchester, Georgia.  Zec was seven and Lydia was three.  Melissa and I were…younger.  We had heard God’s call to ministry and left our world behind to follow Jesus.  I served the St. James and Chalybeate Springs United Methodist churches as pastor. Continue reading “Hope (A Candle in the Wind)”