Review :: The Shack by William P. Young

By John Paul Vicory When we are young, there is distinct virtue about humanity. Next time you walk through a local park take a look around you and observe the other visitors. Notice the children; their freedom to laugh, to play, to sing… to freely love. They don’t try to hide who they are. AsContinue reading “Review :: The Shack by William P. Young”

Update:: Pray for Steven Curtis Chapman & Family

In Memory of 5 year-old Maria Chapman As you read this, please remember recording artist Steven Curtis Chapman, his wife Mary Beth, and the rest of your family in your prayers. According to a statement on Steven Curtis Chapman’s website, “At approximately 5pm on the afternoon of Thursday May 21st, Maria Sue Chapman, 5 yearsContinue reading “Update:: Pray for Steven Curtis Chapman & Family”

“No Hope”

Fox News Photo: May 12: Rescuers search for students at Juyuan Middle School in Juyuan Township of Dujiangyan City, China. 900 students were in the school at the time of the earthquake. The headline from the New York Times article reads, “‘No Hope’ For Children Buried in Earthquake.” While we were celebrating Mother’s Day hereContinue reading ““No Hope””

Thoughts on Tsunamis and other tragedy

I spent a lot of time inside my head today thinking about life…and death. I’ve been pulling things up from my old blog, and putting thoughts on here so my blog looks more crowded, but all the while it’s been a mere distraction from what lies deeper. The death count stands at 52,000 as ofContinue reading “Thoughts on Tsunamis and other tragedy”