More than once in my church experience have I heard someone say something along these lines: "If I can just get my friend into church to hear the preacher, maybe they can get saved and I would have done what I was called to do." This idea came up in conversation with my wife and … Continue reading D.I.Y.
I apologize up-front about the ambiguity as I want to keep names and particulars out of the spotlight, but the story and bigger issues surrounding it are quite relevant. Some close friends of ours recently endured yet another criminal act against their family. This marks two events in two different homes within the same city. … Continue reading Not The Answer You Want
The old saying goes, "History repeats itself." The negative spin on that statement is also an oldie: "Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it." Both statements certainly hold wisdom, but I would submit that forgetting our history, in an of itself, may be the bigger tragedy. As technological and social connections advance, … Continue reading In The Moment
Despite varying opinions, the drive through central Virginia on I-81, particularly the stretch between Roanoke and Strasburg, is nothing short of stunning. On a clear day travelers are treated to a vibrant landscape framed by dotted hilltops to the west, which spring up suddenly and very near the roadway, then flow gently down to join … Continue reading A Gap Between Worlds
Thank you for taking the time to visit "Each Step a Story". Technically this will be a blog site, but really I want it to become a little corner of the web where we can explore how God's story intersects with our story, and how the grand scheme actually matters to our frail plans. Speaking … Continue reading Welcome!