Special Sermons (Page 6)


I love fresh dinner rolls! Last night, we went out to eat as a family and the server brought some fresh bread that was hot from the oven with honey butter…I am pretty sure that fresh dinner rolls will be a staple in our diets in heaven. In fact, my theology bears it out that carbs […]


Yesterday I had the distinct privilege of visiting the Department of Motor Vehicles. Of all the things on my to do list for the day…my visit to the DMV was at the bottom. I’m not sure what it is…the mass of humanity piled into a small, bland room with banged up furniture …or…the high level […]

Honey Do

On Wednesday I received an email with the subject line: read whole thing and reply plz 😀. It was from Leigh-Ann… So I gingerly moved my mouse over to the email and clicked it open… It began… Projects before Christmas: Fix kids’ bathroom. I want to fix the holes. Fix the sinks. Repaint. Move their […]

Hope … and tryouts

Our family has survived soccer tryouts. This is no small feat. Hundreds of athletes ascend on multiple soccer fields. It’s hot…stressful…uncertain… and tiring. Why? To pursue an opportunity to play with a competitive soccer team. Every athlete registered for tryouts carries with them a sense of hope. Hope that they will make the roster of […]

Easter Service

This Sunday, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus. As a part of your personal preparation, I invite you to read some thoughts below… A few thousand years ago, a certain leader called out a dozen friends and together they shared life. At times they grew weary of each other’s company, but most often they enjoyed […]