Jan 30

Struggling With The Truth

It seems “religion” is becoming an ever more popular topic of discussion among politicians and the stars of movies and television these days. But, invariably, when their conversations turn to matters of faith, there’s a glaring omission in their professions. … Continue reading

Jun 25

Daisy-Petal Christianity

He loves me. He loves me not. He loves me. He loves me not. The chant continues as one-by-one the daisy petals are plucked from the flower and dropped to the ground. At game’s end the last petal tells all; … Continue reading

May 10

Mismanaged Anger

Someone has said, “Harboring anger is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die.” The 18th-century British physician John Hunter, who was a pioneer in the field of surgery and served as surgeon to King George III, … Continue reading

Apr 17

Forgiveness – The Power That Heals

Dick Innes has posted an article by this title on the Acts International site here. In the article, he relates that the grizzly bear will not share his food with any animal except a skunk. Then he proposes the reason: … Continue reading

Apr 12

God’s Dress Code

The “Notes From The Valley” for this week come from Colossians, Chapter 3. I like to call it “God’s Dress Code.” The great things about this wardrobe are: everything’s already picked out (no shopping); everything fits perfectly (no dieting); and … Continue reading