In "The Lord of the Rings", Sam is a Hobbit of many virtues. His example can teach us to have hope, even in the darkest of times.
Denethor, from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, can teach us about the danger of isolating ourselves in a time of turmoil.
At sometime or another, nearly every parent's refrigerator starts to resemble an art gallery. We take the wonderful, if not fully recognizable, artistic renderings our children produce and put them on display on the 'fridge door. But I think my Father in heaven doesn't have much of my artwork on his 'fridge. Why not? Because …
A touching Father's Day story of a father's love for his son is a good reminder of our heavenly father's love for us.
Neglecting our theology and relying on our experiences of God can leave navigating rough seas without a map.
Oh, my. It has been well over two months since I posted the last installment of thoughts on the 23rd Psalm for the Hurried Life. Time for confession. After posting regularly for a couple of months I fell silent. Not because I had nothing to say but because (wait for it...) I got too busy. …
We are invited to a feast; to be the Lord's guest of honor. Are we too busy to attend?
When your path takes you into the valleys of darkest shadows where danger and evil may lie in wait, what will you do?