Life is Fragile – Live it with Urgency

Life is Fragile – Live it with Urgency

When I began writing this, my siblings and I were considering different Hospice options for our mother. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease almost twelve years earlier, it appeared she would soon be ushered into her Savior’s presence. Two months later, in the stillness...
Perhaps Today, Dad

Perhaps Today, Dad

Billy died when he was eleven years old. Affectionately known as Billy, he was an active little boy. Growing up on a farm in the south Saskatchewan prairies of Canada held countless adventures–miles of open prairie to explore, prairie gophers to hunt, cows to...
My Heart Hears Heavenly Music

My Heart Hears Heavenly Music

A song resounds within me – a familiar tune, yet incomplete. The absent anthem of my soul; the misplaced music of my heart. Infused before time began, its melody beckons with angelic whispers; Awakening with midnight call, arousing my senses with its lingering...
What Does Jesus Look Like?

What Does Jesus Look Like?

I’ve buried far too many people in my life. Too many funerals, too many missed opportunities for one last goodbye, too many loved ones missing from the holiday gatherings. At a recent home-going of a dear friend, I tried to visualize what she experienced as she awoke...
God Wants to Know – Part 9

God Wants to Know – Part 9

“What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called the Messiah?” Pilate asked. (Matthew 27:22) The most important question you will ever answer is, What will you do with Jesus? It is not arbitrary; an answer must always be given. This question comes to everyone to...
Gregg’s Christmas Eve

Gregg’s Christmas Eve

Not all Christmas Eve’s are happily celebrated. The holiday season is a festive and memorable time for most people. But it can also be a depressing and vulnerable time for those without family members or who are single. For those who have lost loved ones during this...