Skydiving…From Space?

Everyone has a “fear alarm.” You know, the little alarm that goes off in your mind when something seems way too dangerous to try. For some people, the alarm goes haywire just by climbing a ladder. For others, the alarm sounds when eyeing rides at Six Flags, especially the free falling ones. The more adventurous…

The Life of Robin Williams

Many stood in stunned silence when the news of Robin Williams’ suicide broke. Nearly everyone was charmed by his humor and wit in movies like “Good Morning, Vietnam,” “Aladdin,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Jumanji,” and certainly many, many others. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor three times and received the Best Supporting Actor…

Overwhelmed

Life at times heaps a pile of issues on the plate, And its timing is never all that great. Trials are piled high like a stacking contest, Ensuring a person’s immediate unrest.   Health, houses, cars, people, and work All seem to labor together to bring out the murk. Some issues are inflicted by self,…

Morse Code

Many years ago, a young man applied for a job as a Morse Code operator.  When he arrived for the interview, he walked into a large, busy office filled with noise and clatter, including the sound of the telegraph in the background.  Each applicant filled out a form and were seated until they were summoned…

My Little Girl

Many a time my family has walked around the streets, Never really knowing what kind of people we will meet. We’ve seen people who are busy, sad, and anxious about life, Even Christians who are filled with worries and strife. But still, my little girl will jump, and bounce, and sing, and play, Take my…

A Good Miscarriage?

(Article by Denny Petrillo) In one of the most intriguing passages in Ecclesiastes, Solomon maintains that, under certain conditions, it would have been better to have been born dead (6:3).  This is a most startling statement.  We value life.  We consider existence a precious gift.  So what is Solomon talking about, and to whom is…