Month: March 2016

Needing Jesus

Scenes of carnage replay across the screen. Footage shows people running, crying, bleeding, images of devastation and grief. Brussels, Paris, even Hesston Kansas, fifteen miles from where I grew up take turn on center stage, like a parade of tragedies. Violence spills through society’s veins, a soul disease. Cain killed Abel, Noah’s earth was filled […]

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Eyes Everywhere

My pocket vibrates a split second after Phil’s buzzes. We both reach for our phones, quick on the draw. Our 16-month-old-grandson has the flu and we are anxious. The text reads, “He is so weak now he is hardly moving.” I panic. My heart pounds hard. I look around the room where a small group […]

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