Chris Hitchens and the Test of Unbelief

The Christian Post recently published a story about famed atheist Christopher Hitchens, who is currently being treated for esophageal cancer. He has declared that he has no plans to turn to Christ even as he fights for his life. I wonder how Hitchens’ unbelief is being tested. It’s easy to write testimonies about how God is walking with a Christian during challenging times of trial. … Continue reading Chris Hitchens and the Test of Unbelief

Hard Lessons Learned from 2009: Part 1

The year 2009 has probably been the third worst year of my 37-year life.  Still, I believe that lessons learned can redeem the time and help others along the way as we all struggle on the journey of life. Hard Lesson  #1: Answered prayer can disguise itself as grave disappointment. I have questioned God about the necessity of praying but I think in my own … Continue reading Hard Lessons Learned from 2009: Part 1

Tragedy for the Steven Curtis Chapman Family

There are some things that simply take your breath away when you hear them. I learned this morning about the tragic accidental death of one of Steven Curtis Chapman’s daughters. She was only five years old. May God be with them and minister to them with His presence and healing. http://chapmanchannel.typepad.com/inmemoryofmaria/?roi=farm-12751819-88803-78918988ee47c1b25c767355e57506e7& Continue reading Tragedy for the Steven Curtis Chapman Family