I noticed a lady arriving just as the message began on Sunday morning. I didn’t recognize her but am always happy to see someone new coming to church. There were plenty of places to sit where most of us had gathered in the middle, but she sat off to the side, alone.
That was all it took: one person to stand with them, encourage them, and believe in them.
With the 75th Anniversary of D-Day I found myself watching a few war films and documentaries. It’s easy to forget how young so many soldiers were who fought in these great battles. In a WWI documentary, soldier after soldier said, “I was 16 years old when I volunteered,” with a few admitting they were barely… Read More»
“When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.” —Mark Twain Father’s Day is fun for me. While I miss my Dad… Read More»
Here at LOGOI we’ve given my mom a great title. It’s simply, “Grandma Carolyn”. It’s even on her business cards.
My oldest son, Matt, accepted an exciting new job in beautiful southern California, so I got a call to help him move. I also got the opportunity to explore the incredible Pacific Coast for most of a day as I walked around the coast line of the Laguna Beach area.
It was a gorgeous day and impossible to not marvel at God’s beauty and creativity.
One ordinary day when Lázaro was walking down a street, he heard music coming from a church. It was as if Jesus said, “Hey Lázaro, wanna have a catch?”
To his surprise, he walked in. And on that day, he met Jesus.
“It’s GREEN!” I yelled excitedly to my mom sitting in the passenger seat. I stared up at the green light, amazed. Until that singular moment, every “green light” I had ever seen was white.
t a time when our world seems so divided, I have to stop and remind myself that God is in complete control. There are no surprises for Him and He desperately loves us. So, with that wonderful thought in mind, here are Grandma Carolyn’s 2018 highlights: 1. Two anniversaries. 90 years ago, Les’ father co-founded… Read More»
This Christmas, I thought you would enjoy “hearing” a story from my dad. We found this in an old undated Christmas sermon notebook and have edited it here for you. This is great to read out loud with your loved ones this Christmas season. It happened around 1975, 30 years after the end of WWII.