When we apply for a job, it’s helpful to know what’s expected of us. It’s called our Job Description. It’s what we will be doing if we’re hired. Maybe we don’t want to keep the coffee ...

We all know the highly educated uncle who can tell us anything about anything but can’t make a good decision to save his life. Or the recent divorcee with a college degree who remarries on the ...

City streets are good places to find out who we are. Or at least how we look to others. It’s the sun and the glass, the dark interiors of the buildings. If a business has highly reflective ...

Snap a photo with your phone, and the camera inside will take an acceptable picture. You’ll occasionally get a good one, while from time to time you can expect to delete your image and retry the ...

We are made of flesh and bone. No one questions that. Our bodies work by chemical signals, and by pumping blood, nutrients, and oxygen to the extreme parts of our frame. Our fingers and our toes. ...

So, you’re not rich, yet. You’ve come to Christ, become his follower, and you still have the same car you drove before you accepted him as your savior. What’s up, God? Where are the riches ...

It’s not fun for people to say bad things about us. The pain is a knife to our heart, a searing brand burning into us, crushed glass under our feet. Social media makes it worse. The whole world ...

The value of things is in what we will trade for them. In the summer of 2019, the newest mid-engine Corvette debuted on the world stage with a promised price tag of under $60,000. That’s far ...

Winter is a time of rest for the landscape. Many types of trees lose their leaves, flowers no longer bloom (or even die back), and the grass becomes brown and brittle. That seems like a good ...

Let’s redecorate the house. Top to bottom, from the light fixtures to the baseboard trim. We don’t want to leave anything the same. We want new windows, new countertops, and new carpet on the ...

The Trinity of the Lord is widely accepted in the Christian world. God is the Father, the central focus of the Trinity. The Son is the Father’s most treasured joy, and he is a reflection of the ...

Shadows follow us everywhere. We get used to them and don’t pay them any attention. You might even say we don’t notice them anymore. The only time we give them any consideration is when they ...

Esau is painted as the negative side of the Jacob coin. The scriptures tell us the two were different from before their birth. Genesis 25:22 says the brothers struggled even in their mother’s ...