The love of Jesus flooded me, Like headlights in the dark. It caught me startled, without guard, Revealed my lonesome past. I saw at once my chains, my weights, Their sweet, deceitful bait. I looked at Jesus, scent of love, Surrendered with a fast. The spotlight fell upon my soul, I heard my Jesus call. … More Spotlight


Jesus sat on the swing. His white robe billowed as He rose and fell, up and down, a constant metronome in beat with His Father’s musical heart. I watched Him as He swung so steadily, so purposefully, and so gracefully – rising and falling, up and down. His eyes were fixed on the horizon, his … More Swing

Magnifying Glass

The lens passed over word and type, A wave of big and small. Excited now, the smallest fought, To gain perspective tall. The “T”s on tiptoe, “J”s down low, The “W”s spread their arms. And in the corner, just a speck – Fullstop. Raised its alarm. The voice arrested, took a pause, Through torrents of … More Magnifying Glass


The room was dark, yet familiar, and a heavy smell of loneliness soaked its marbled floor. In the corner, a young woman contemplated her adversary. Darkness – but where was light? Her mind was locked in a hazy maze of “where” and “why”. Curiosity left unfulfilled by too many answers. Identity, confused by too many … More Adalia

Envisioning Eden

Eden is a name of emotion – beauty beyond our understanding, sin with roots and consequence entrenched in man’s being, fear of the Lord, and fervent desire for His presence. The breath of Eden radiates intimacy, curiosity, consequence, and yet promise. You can almost hear God weeping as man is exiled from His garden, and … More Envisioning Eden

I remember.

Easter almost passed me by this year. I was just off night shifts, back to days, worked on Good Friday, and had a 12-hour shift on Saturday. It was a good week and I enjoyed work, but I was also tired, and I got more exhausted toward the end of the week. I was involved … More I remember.