Month: November 2014

Semper Fi

Semper Fi

What happens to a dream deferred? Caleb didn’t forget his dream or give it up. He lived a true life.

Practice Resurrection

Practice Resurrection

Last week I attended the annual meeting of the Wedgwood Circle. Wedgwood seeks out and convenes people who are committed to creating and supporting art and entertainment that is “good, true and beautiful.” It’s hard work being an artist. Jack Kerouac said, “Genius gives birth, talent delivers.” It’s oftentimes discouraging and unrewarding work spending years turning inspiration and imaginati ...[Read More]

A Fatal Attraction

A Fatal Attraction

Our culture tends to use covetousness, envy and greed interchangeably – but they are very different.

Up in Smoke

Up in Smoke

Growing up Southern Baptist I have indelible memories of the Sunday School offering envelope used by the church. It was more than a tracking device for offerings. We were also graded by our teacher on bringing our Bible, preparing for the lesson, and attending church to hear the preaching afterwards. However, I don’t have any recollections of our asking the church about its own performance d ...[Read More]