“The Family: A Proclamation to the World” holds up a beautiful, important standard. And it is important to realize, no family perfectly measures up to the standard. Let’s look at the scriptures for examples: Rebecca worked with her son, Jacob, to deceive her husband into giving Jacob the birthright instead of Esau. Jacob then ran … More “The family is the laboratory for love”
There were once two pots. One was whole and the other had a crack in it. Each was used daily by a woman to bring in water from a stream. When the pots got back to the house each day, the cracked one always only had half the initial water in it. The cracked pot, … More “We are valuable in our imperfections.”
I recently read about a man working at a construction site. As he was rigging a crane, an 80 pound aluminum joist fell directly on his head, from the equivalent of nine floors up. I was super surprised to read that the man went back to work only 110 days after this horrible accident. How? Because … More Put on your helmet of salvation.
There was once a man out playing catch. His glove was so broken-in that it could almost make the catch on its own without him doing much of anything. The man realized that maybe having broken heart is more about having a broken-in heart. A broken heart can seem non-functional. But with a broken-in heart … More “In order to have a healed and faithful heart, we must first allow it to break before the Lord.”