Make Me a Servant

5 years ago, I walked down the aisle to marry my husband. The music playing in the background was Maranatha Singers’ “Make Me a Servant”. Well, servanthood is something we are still growing in, and there is a joy in it we are still discovering. .   .   . Why should we be servants? I thought … More Make Me a Servant

Step into the Light

(Republished with permission from Press Service International, for Christian Today Australia) What are we like under pressure, when there is nowhere to hide? Are we the same whether or not the spotlight of humanity’s torch is focused on us? Do our lives reflect the eternal light of Christ alive in us? We are all witnesses, whether … More Step into the Light

Not big, but faithful

Musicians were praising, ushers welcoming, people singing, and children learning about the Word of God. Prayer was uttered from the hearts and mouths of many, and those doing sign language worshipped just as others lifted up voices. People counted money, wrote sermons and lessons, prepared songs, set up tables, cleaned chairs, and prepared food. So … More Not big, but faithful

Moving Walls

.   .   . When I was a young boy, my mother took me to visit papa. We used to sing to him, clasp his cold hands, stare into the globes of his eyeballs. All the while, I wondered where he truly was. His eyes were not simply staring; rather, it was as if they were … More Moving Walls