Monday is for Discussion Another offering for the poetry project. We live in a post-resurrection world. We live in a world that has been radically changed by “the news of a great joy that will be for all the people” (Luke 2:10) and a Savior who rose from the dead (Luke 24:7). We live in … More A Psalm of David Reheard
Friday is for Heart Songs My son is more than an aspiring poet; he is a published, top 100 on Amazon.com list of books on poetry (four times) poet. He’s good. I am biased, but that doesn’t mean I’m not right. I love this particular poem so much that I recorded it at the end … More “The Church is a Whore; But She’s My Mother” (often attributed to Augustine)
New Poem from My Son My son is getting a bit of a following on youtube.com with a number of slam poetry performances. Here’s his latest. I know of at least two churches and the comments reveal that a number of English teachers are using some of these efforts to inspire their students. Would you … More Poetry that Slaps You into a Smile
Wednesday is for Prayer My beautiful bride of 27 years and I are fast moving toward the land of “empty-nesters.” I hate the term. How could we ever be empty with the glorious treasures that God has given us in our children. They are such gifts, such enormous islands of light in a dark world. … More A Faith Had Been Caught, A Lord Had Been Found
Sunday Musings But You Remained mps 8 / 1983 But you remained After I told you all Tore the whitewash off the wall You remained.