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Whose Case Is It 5? Who’s the Boss

It is universally agreed that the office of Apostle belongs first on the list of functions in the life of the True Church. It will not be twisted into a shape like so many people want it, just to serve their own personal case. Read more…

Whose Case Is It 4?

When we meet troubles, even if we are mature enough to know our faith is being tested, we can easily see ourselves as the target of this testing. But when we focus on ourselves where does God stand in the picture? Read more…

Whose Case Is It 3?

God does not need you to defend the faith. God asks only that you exercise the faith given to you. Read more…

Whose Case Is It 2?

While I have always noted that our greatest gifts show up as our greatest weaknesses, I have only now recognized how I heard the lesson, but flunked the application. Read more…

Whose Case Is It?

Part of my call from God is to justice. Most of it is on a tiny scale, but on rare occasions it has had national exposure. I have been puzzled, though, that when it comes to justice for myself I have no success. Read more…

When the Cross Happens

The cross is not a metaphor; it is the avenue which God chose, and Jesus accepted, to take us into the tenaciously loving embrace of the hands of our Creator. Read more…

24 Years Later

Yesterday I had a strange experience. Read more…

The Gospel According to Pollyanna

I like the movie “Pollyanna”. The premise that an orphaned daughter of missionaries can bring a new perception to a business town through her naïve faith delights me. Read more…

Overwhelmed But Not Done

I was asked if I had chosen a journey in the theme of persecution/suffering for Lent. No, I didn’t; it was chosen for me. Read more…

The Light of Christmas

We often think of Christmas as the time of lights. Strings of lights on trees and houses, lighted lawn figures, candles and stars on chimneys give a feel of great joy. Read more…