The Gospel for a Lost World

How lost are the lost? That is a question often asked today. The Bible speaks of the world at large as lost and destined for God’s judgment. But modern minds are inclined to reconsider the dire circumstances described in Scripture. After all, most people, regardless of religious affiliation, seem to be generally decent, with some […]



Recently, my husband and I embarked on our next “new beginning,” as God began to impress on our hearts a need for someone to come alongside pastors and their wives to encourage them in their own beginnings. We passed the baton of leadership at Christ’s Church of the Valley in Peoria, Arizona to those who […]


The LORD Jesus Christ

Twice in the past two years God has shaken my understanding of who Jesus is. For decades I have been intrigued by the titles and descriptions of Jesus in Scripture. He is Son of God, Savior, Emmanuel, the Word, the Light of the World, the Christ, the Bread of Life, the Author of Life, the […]


The Laborers Are Few—And Getting Fewer

This past spring I was invited to give the baccalaureate address for a large Christian high school. There were 172 graduates. The school’s facilities and faculty were impressive. The same was true for its academic, artistic, and athletic achievements. The school administrators and board of trustees have made a concerted effort to remain true to […]


Social Justice

“Liberty and justice for all.” So we say in our pledge of allegiance to the United States of America. Those words were penned long ago in 1892 by Francis Bellamy. Now they seem somewhat prophetic of our present times as a cry rings out against injustice in our land. The buzz word for our society […]