HEAVENLY STORY

When my four girls were small, my Mother lived with us for a while. One time the kids were concerned about my Mom, their grandmother, dying. She told them a sweet story. She said, “I love being alive. It is like living in a two story house. There is a party on the first floor. … More HEAVENLY STORY

Mustard Seed Faith

There is a piece ancient spiritual wisdom that is widely known. It says “If you have faith the size of a mustard seed you can move mountains”. I have recently realized that that saying puts the emphasis less on the size of my faith and more on the size of my Higher Power [hereafter HP]. … More Mustard Seed Faith

Uneasy Growth

I have often written about the trauma I suffered about ten days after I was born. I had a very serious bout with Whooping Cough. An adult had to be with me 24 hours a day for about 2 weeks. The medical wisdom of the times was if they picked me up it would make it … More Uneasy Growth

Uneven Justice

I was president of Union Rescue Mission years  ago. One day I was walking toward the mission entrance and maybe 30 yards from the mission entrance. I saw a ring of Los Angeles police officers around a homeless man who was  down on the sidewalk . The police were hitting and kicking the elderly guy. … More Uneven Justice

No Condemnation

Monday, March 7th, 2011 In this blog, I am going to write what I feel is the message of Romans 7-8  for me. “Do you not know, brothers and sisters—for I am speaking to those who know the law—that the law has authority over someone only as long as that person lives?  For example, by … More No Condemnation

Feeding My Faith

Saturday, November 13th, 2010 Right now, this minute, 10:25 PM, Monday, October 11, 2010, I am full of fear. If someone would say to me, “Why pray if you are going to worry and why worry if you pray.” I would feel a combination of feelings. I think a guilty feeling would come first accompanied … More Feeding My Faith