Rescued by Mercy

For the last few weeks, I keep hearing in my spirit the words “like a deer caught in the headlights.” These words create an image of a deer caught in the middle of a road blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle, unable to move and sadly becoming the victim...

Rising From Ashes

This morning, I sat down as I do each morning to begin writing. Just before I began, I saw a notice about a 12-minute documentary film a friend of mine, Danny Hall, had edited and posted on his Facebook wall. For some reason, I felt led to put aside my normal writing...

The Danger of Adding a Suffix

Demonizing those of opposing opinions has become the default conversation of choice by those who have allowed fear, not faith, to form the content of their words and the integrity of their speech. The word “demonize” is formed by the word...

A Winnowing Moment

In the last twenty-four hours, an intense winnowing has begun in the American Church. Our thoughts, motives, and places of personal deception are being tossed into the air by the Lord to encounter the wind of His Spirit. Much has remained hidden beneath the husk of...

Sitting Together in Silent Compassion

For the last few days, I have been reading through the book of Job. It is not a very uplifting read until you get to the very end. The book provides interesting insights into life, friendship, and people’s misconstrued ideas about God. Job was tested in what seemed to...