November 25, 2018

Journey with John They gathered for a feast of appreciation.  It had been a year of great struggle.  They came together in gratitude for surviving in this strange new world.  Those Pilgrim survivors endured disease, bitter winter cold, deaths of nearly half their...

November 18, 2018

Journey with John Life is a gift of learning, growing, changing.  I am grateful for the faces and hands that have helped me do that. Hands stretched out in welcome.  Faces aglow with a joyful enthusiasm for life.  I have been blessed by the hands and faces of saints...

October 7, 2018

Journey with John I don’t have many memories of my Dad.  I was only six when he went to be with God.  But, oh, the few I have are so satisfying.  One of my earliest recollections is sailing through the air and landing in my Dad’s waiting arms.  Whenever my Uncle Mark...

November 11, 2018

Journey with John Fred Craddock was one of my Seminary professors.  He was an extraordinary man and the finest preacher I’ve ever heard.  He shared the gospel message in a way that got down to brass tacks.  You couldn’t avoid the message.  I’ve shared the story...

November 4, 2018

Journey with John Last week was difficult as we saw signs of hate threaten the lives of two former Presidents and other national leaders.  I am still numb with disbelief at such action.  Then, on Saturday, prejudice raised its ugly head and eleven people were...