Lost & Found

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, I believe The Parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15 continues to be a very relevant word to the church. The revelation of God as our Father resonates throughout the story. If the father in the story was absent or even present, but not engaged, it would [...]

God’s Left Hand

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, In the Scriptures we find the right hand of God mentioned many times. His right hand symbolizes His power and authority. “Your right hand, O LORD, was majestic in power. Your right hand, O LORD, shattered the enemy. (Ex. 15:6) Examples of God’s right hand are seen in [...]

Speak To Your Problem

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, I think I have had more than my fair share of problems over the past few years. Some I brought upon myself and some were because I got caught up in someone else’s shipwreck. Regardless of the source of the problem, I have had to learn how to [...]

True Confession

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, Some of the most important things in our life happen as a result of what we say, such as salvation, marriage and naming our children. It is so true that the course of our life (James 3:3-5) and our physical and mental health is impacted by what we [...]

Delicious Ambiguity

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, I am coming to grips with the uncertainty of life. Not by choice, mind you, I didn’t think life would be filled with so much uncertainty. The comedian, Gilda Radner, called the uncertainty of life, “delicious ambiguity.” She said, “I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the [...]

Thunder and Lighting

Dear People Who Keep Company With God, I will never forget January 16, 1991. It was the day our nation launched the military offensive, Desert Storm, to drive Iraq out of Kuwait. It was a Wednesday evening and we were headed to church when we heard the report that the first bombs were dropped. It [...]