It’s Game Time!

Scott Foster is an accountant by day, and enjoys a game of hockey with friends in a beer league on the side.  Last week, on Good Friday, Scott showed up … Continue Reading →


I’ll Come Back!

On December 7, 1988 at 11:41 a.m., a 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook northwestern Armenia (which borders Turkey.) It was followed four minutes later by a 5.8 magnitude aftershock. In his … Continue Reading →


What else are we missing?

It’s possible to see something every day and miss its beauty? We know what it is like to be so familiar with something that we don’t actually see it. Or … Continue Reading →


Forgotten phone

Kevin is just like the rest of us, never without his mobile phone.  Every Sunday, Kevin has a routine after church:  he goes to the same coffee shop and gets … Continue Reading →


All Saints

One sign of a healthy church is when its outreach ministries outnumber every other ministry category in the church!  Thankfully this is the case at Emmanuel.  I inherited some of … Continue Reading →


A New Day is on the Horizon

Those who know me have long understood that I had several reasons for becoming a member of a new church. I needed to be in a church environment where women … Continue Reading →


We Should All Wear Signs

I have somehow found myself involved in an annual hike in the mountains.  Did I mention it is a winter hike and happens to be on New Year’s Eve every … Continue Reading →


Super Heroes

One of the parents at my church shared with me that when their children dress up in their super hero costumes, sometimes the children tackle projects with a little more … Continue Reading →


Joshua 1:9

You may find it interesting that according to a popular Bible application, Joshua 1:9 was the most shared, bookmarked, and highlighted Bible verse in 2017.  How popular is this verse?  It’s … Continue Reading →


Ruffling feathers

  While I was working out at the gym recently, my trainer asked, “How long did it take you to finish that set of weights?  My response: “Two ‘Our Father’s, … Continue Reading →