Mixed Up Messages

Posted on May 26, 2013

I think a lot these days about how things get messed up. You know, messed up. Things that seem to start out so clear and wonderful, and for some reason or reasons can end up so distorted and confused. (more…)

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Cardiac Optometrist

Posted on February 4, 2012

I saw it again on Twitter this week, the same thing I saw again and again when I spent my days as a marriage counselor. Another husband was perplexed by the confusion over what his wife said she needed, as compared to what he thought she needed. (more…)

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Look at me

Posted on April 16, 2010

The longer I am gone the more I want to look at my wife.  The more days I spend out of the country the more I want to see my kids.  Let me re-write that last sentence.  The more I am away, the more I want to look into the eyes of the ones I love.  (more…)

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Thinking Like Parents

Posted on August 25, 2009

For much of our lives as Christians we view Jesus and the Cross as a way to give us access to God.  When we need forgiveness we find it through the cross.  When we need comfort, we find it through the cross.  When we need healing...well you get the idea. (more…)

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Like a Wedding Feast

Posted on August 15, 2009

He couldn't wait to see her.  He loved her so, and had given His life for her, just so that this moment could happen.  He knew her inside and out, and was deeply familiar with her great strengths (she didn't think she had any) and her weaknesses (more…)

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I wonder if this is How God Feels?

Posted on June 27, 2009

My wife is in Florida.  I am in Texas.  We can communicate but we are not together.  Our normal rhythms...not so normal.  I am fine but I know something (someone) is missing. (more…)

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God Flings Pictures…

Posted on June 23, 2009

Want to get to know God?  Step outside and look around.  Since the beginning, He's been drawing pictures of himself and flinging them within reach of us.  He wants us to know He is BIG. He invents Mt. Everest.  (more…)

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