Archive for April, 2009
Inmates at Phoenix-area jails and prisons have an unlikely ally ministering to them every week: seven-time felon Steve “Gator” Gaede. See Midlife Musings.
An Old Testament story about some of the longest odds in history. Read more at Out There.
What’s it like for parents who have been in the ministry to have a child serving a prison term for murder? John and Doris Knoles know. See Midlife Musings.
They’re not just pocket change. Read more at Out There.
Too often Christians, myself included, have been guilty of wanting to make everything in our churches just the way we like it. But maybe there’s some value in doing things the way others want to do them. See Midlife Musings.
A growing number of people are building alternate lives in a completely computer-generated world. Read more at Out There.
Rainstorms are probably the oldest metaphor for life’s troubles. More thoughts at Out There.
There’s really no number big enough to illustrate how eternity’s balance sheet was cleared at Calvary. Read more at Out There.