In my last blog I wrote, “I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t deserve God’s grace in a second chance.” Someone sent a few names. Mel Gibson, Mike Tyson, Michael Vick, Troy Davis, Casey Anthony… You get the idea. That list should probably include the apostle Paul, David, and uh…me. I feel like I’m the greatest sinner I know, and yet I awake each morning to find mercy staring me in the face. The Bible teaches that if God woul
I was reminded last week that my bad memory was worse than I thought when I called Reece, Bryce in last week’s blog. Sorry Reece. But as Reece inspired being succinct, here’s my SHORT blog with ten of my biggest lessons from my first 50 (that number is growing on me) years…in no certain order. 1. Grace liberally received should prompt grace liberally given. 2. I can’t really think of anyone who doesn’t deserve a second chance. 3.
This past Sunday morning, as we were about to sing the song, “Awesome God,” I asked the congregation to speak out a few words describing what this Awesome God gives us power over. A few people yelled out things from sin and death to our future and our past.Then a fearless six (and a half) year old yelled, “The devil.” I said from the microphone, “Who said that?” “Me,” the little voice on the front row said. “What’s your n