This is a poem I wrote based on a quote by John Newton: “Cisterns must be broken, but the fountain of living waters is always full and always flowing.”
A new poem I wrote for Christmas this year, born out of the advent reflections that became by book, “Ruining Christmas.”
I love reading and I love the Bible. Which is why what I’m about to say next may strike you as strange: I have always found reading the Bible difficult.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage throughout the United States.
I have a confession to make: I am, theologically-, politically-, and environmentally-speaking, an odd duck.
Yesterday’s horrific school shooting in Connecticut which left 27 people dead, including 20 elementary school children, was an act of unspeakable evil.
I love the word “never.”