Tuesday, January 28 began just like a normal day. There was slight talk of a dusting of snow, but no one expressed any real concern. Even as snow began to fall around 10 a.m. no one had any idea that within an hour all of the Birmingham metro area would look like this… Believe itContinue reading “Reflections after a storm”
Monthly Archives: January 2014
41 years ago today…
41 years ago today, the United States Supreme Court issued the famous Roe v. Wade decision. See below a blog post that I wrote a year ago while serving in Huntsville on the 40th anniversary of this decision. I am looking forward to learning about the pro-life ministries that we have in the Birmingham areaContinue reading “41 years ago today…”
A prayer meeting in Atlanta
On Monday & Tuesday of this week, I had the privilege of gathering with almost 400 other pastors from 28 states for one and only one reason: to pray. I must admit that it was one of the most refreshing times I have experienced. The agenda really was focused on the Lord and prayer. WeContinue reading “A prayer meeting in Atlanta”
In their proper place, team sports are good thing.
Like many readers of this blog, I spent Monday night riveted to the television watching the Auburn-Florida State national championship football game. It was a great game between two great teams. Certainly, big-time college sports is greatly influenced by money, and there are many who fail to keep it in the proper perspective. It’s easyContinue reading “In their proper place, team sports are good thing.”
How may I pray for you?
“With all prayer and petition pray at all times in the Spirit, and with this in view, be on the alert with all perseverance and petition for all the saints,” (Ephesians 6:18, NASB95) It’s so easy to be selfish – even with our prayer life. While I do keep two “prayer lists” consisting of peopleContinue reading “How may I pray for you?”