Back to School – a Prayer for All

It’s back to school time. Frisco ISD starts today! For the past few weeks, teams of teachers have gathered for lunch at the magical nuggets store. You would think with so many teachers in our presence, the bovine that adorn our walls would learn to spell. But no, phonetic writing is their trademark. It has … Continue reading Back to School – a Prayer for All

Disciplines …. Habits of Grace … Means of Joy

I rarely talk about a book before I’ve read the entirety, but recently I was drawn to the cover of a new book by David Mathis. Mathis is a pastor and an executive at desiringgod.org. The book - Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus Through the Spiritual Disciplines. Grace is very important to me, (See previous … Continue reading Disciplines …. Habits of Grace … Means of Joy

A Stitch in Time … getting prepared

It dates back to an early 1700s Thomas Fuller collection of Proverbs when we have the first record of “A stitch in time saves nine.” Basically it is about being proactive, fix things now, don’t procrastinate. If you address something early enough, it saves greater energy/effort that it would take to address it later. This … Continue reading A Stitch in Time … getting prepared

WOW Weekend Moment … a preacher to know

This generation of pastors need to know Vance Havner One of the more visible aspects of worship services are the preachers. Many will go past other church buildings to get to the church where they want to hear a particular preacher. I know I have been blessed the past few years to hear great preachers … Continue reading WOW Weekend Moment … a preacher to know

Grace, Have Mercy … thoughts from Me & David Jeremiah

His story is one of rebellion and forgiveness - a sinner most of us would discount, a preacher reached by the amazing grace of God - a human trafficker that became the one who pinned one of the greatest hymns of all times. I am referring to John Newton, the slave merchant reached by God’s … Continue reading Grace, Have Mercy … thoughts from Me & David Jeremiah