(In part 1 we discussed change being a necessary part of our lives. If you didn't get a chance to read it, you can check it out here.) This world tries so hard to keep our attention. The flashing lights, the glowing screens...we are a people that has forgotten, in some ways I think, to... Continue Reading →
Today I'm going to share with you one of my works. It's a song I wrote and it speaks to the finished work on the cross. Christ took our sin upon Himself that day, and He took our shame and our guilt as well. But how often do we believers find ourselves taking back from... Continue Reading →
No time machine could ever do what books can do. Books are literally the author themselves, preserved and memorialized. Their deepest thoughts, emotions, and philosophies are poured out onto the timeless pages, as though to forge a deeper path into the past and those who lived in it.
A memory - a shadow of the past, A hazed reminder that our lives fade fast. Our soul's attempt to capture back some parts And try to burn their imprints on our hearts. We long to hold to what will never last. ■ We yearn to see reflections in a glass, But anamorphic images peer... Continue Reading →