Here is a weekly Bible reading plan that I developed to help people read the New Testament and Psalms in six months.
A reflection on how my mother-in-law shaped my faith.
Prayer: A Patched Poem In the morning, while it is still dark, go to a deserted place. Shut the door. Say nothing to anyone. Be silent before the Lord God. Be silent. Do not occupy yourself with great things. Calm and quiet your soul, like a weaned child with its mother. Be still and know…
I have been blessed with the opportunity to contribute some devotions to a wonderful new devotional app, "Good Ground." Here is my devotion that was shared December 13th.
What if Jesus prayed Psalm 23 from the cross? Here is a brief devotion inspired by that possibility.
Here are five basic pillars that keep my life of prayer propped up when the burdens of life threaten to weigh it down.
Dom Chapman teaches us to "Pray as you can, not as you can't." I would add to that, based on my recent illness, "Pray while you can."
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the question that opens one of my favorite psalms.
Here is one last sonnet to share in my series of "Sonnets for Psalms," a Sonnet for Psalm 150, along with links to all of the others in this series.
Psalm 130 is a poignant "Song of Ascents" crying out of the depths to our God above. Here is my sonnet that was inspired by this psalm.