When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished, saying, “Who then can be saved?” But Jesus looked at them and said, “With humans this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”— Matthew 19.25-26 The saints are those who are moved by God’s grace to do whatever good they do. Some are married and have intercourse […]
I found St. Augustine’s Anglican Church in late July of 2012 when Leanne and I moved to the Columbus area from Dallas, Texas. At that time, Leanne was only about 8 weeks away from giving birth to Turner. I began my search for a new church home immediately and St. Augustine’s was the third Anglican […]
When all else fails, read John Chapter 1. I did this the other day. It was Sam’s birthday. A hard day. Beth came into my office and asked me to pray in honor of the day. I was not in the right frame of mind. With all of Sam’s struggles, I was engulfed in oh-so-many […]
The side door from our home leads to my Grandpa’s garden. This sounds surprising when you consider that the last time Grandpa gardened was over 30 years ago and his garden was some 120 miles from our home. Nevertheless, our side door leads to his garden. Grandpa’s garden was one of my favorite places in […]
WHEN A TORPEDO from a German submarine struck the USAT Dorchester shortly after midnight on February 3, 1943, panic ensued. At that moment, four chaplains emerged from the chaos: the Methodist preacher George Fox, the Jewish rabbi Alexander Goode, the Presbyterian minister Clarke Poling, and the Catholic priest John Washington.