I haven’t often left town without my family since we have had children. I am grateful that my husband is more than willing and capable of taking care of everything while I am gone. A few days before I leave, as things pop into my head that need to be done while I am gone, I rattle them off out loud to him. Every time, I get the same response: “Make me a list.” I think of more things that need to be done and say to him, (more…)
Many people say the Bible is the greatest love story of all time. This is true, but it is also a redemption story.
From the time of Abraham until the New Testament begins, God’s people, “the Israelites,” are constantly, (more…)
Leonardo da Vinci’s depiction of The Last Supper is one of the most famous paintings in history. Why did this scene captivate da Vinci, along with untold numbers of other folks over the last few centuries? The story behind the Last Supper of Jesus and His disciples is compelling on so many levels. (more…)
What a time Jesus and His friends must have had traveling together!
Jesus moving seamlessly between leader and friend, speaker, teacher and preacher. Divine humanity wrapped up in One who delighted in everything He created and loved, especially (more…)
Good Friday had come and gone. Jesus, God’s own son, had been rejected as the Messiah and crucified. Darkness had covered the earth in the middle of the day for three hours. A sudden split in the curtain separating the Holy of Holies from the common man created quite a stir amidst the temple priests. And an earthquake shook the area, causing rocks to split and graves to open. Many bodies of saints who had gone to their rest were raised. A centurion guard had even exclaimed, “This man really was God’s son!” (Matthew 27:54) Certainly the day was to go down in history as one to never be forgotten. (more…)