In recent anticipation of the looming tornadoes across the south, I decided to pack my bag. I’ve never done that before, but a co-worker’s advice echoed in my head telling me that I should be prepared.  Really, I spend my days as a project manager planning and preparing for contingencies and talking about risk mitigation, yet I don’t give much thought about my own. I should know better too.  A tornado passed within feet of my house about five years ago and left a path of downed trees which I still see the effects today.  But back then I didn’t pay much […]
It’s frightening sometimes, definitely sad, and it can leave you feeling down or hopeless. The events of just the last few months are enough to keep us at nights wondering. A missing Malaysian plane with 239 souls on board, a sinking South Korean ferry carrying an entire high school of students on a field trip, the search and rescue efforts for the sudden mudslides in California, earthquakes all over the world, ravaging tornadoes that leave many people dead within seconds, and that does not include the countless shooting scenes in malls and schools that seem to take […]

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The Christmas Story Devotional - 31 Days of the Christmas Story from Genesis to John
Come along for the 31 days of December, as we look at the familiar Christmas story and season in a […]
Come along for the 31 days of December, as we look at the familiar Christmas story and season in a […]
Two thousand years passed between the time of Adam and Eve and when Abraham arrived on the scene. That was […]