Breaking the Law

By Nathan Christopherson Scientist Henry Morris put to words the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics also known as “the law of decay”. It states that all things tend towards a state of decay or disorder. I see this Law at work … Continued

The Salty Dog Cafe Conundrum

I recall a time when my family and I were headed off on vacation to South Carolina. I had only one place set in my mind during that trip, the Salty Dog Cafe. You have to understand. The food from … Continued

Open Our Eyes

Last weekend, I took a mother-daughter trip with my mom to the cities and we went to hear Heidi Baker speak at a conference. I have looked up to Heidi Baker for a long time as she has a heart … Continued

The Illusion of Control

But what if there was another way? Instead of God-forgetting, it was God-remembering. Remembering who really is in control.

That Inner Monologue

Let me the set the scene for you: Blue lights line the back of the stage. Three spotlights shine on the front of the stage.  It is a packed house. There I am, in the middle of it all with … Continued

The Wasp Nest

Oh the weather outside is frightful… It’s cold and windy with snow blowing all around, and yet my mind drifts back to the days of summer. Ahhh – the warmth, the breeze, the yard work. Yep, yard work. My husband … Continued

Sweet Smell of Victory

As we walk the streets of life, there’s nothing like the good news that Jesus leads us in triumphant procession. The victory we have in Him is an undeniable fragrance that He desires to fill our lives and overflow everywhere … Continued

Mom!!!!

The HTC staff had gotten together in the cafe at Harvestime.  The children were in the nursery in the adjoining room.  One of them cried out “mom!!” and instantly one of the parents responded and went to see what the … Continued

Unwrapping Christmas

Gift giving seems to be a big part of Christmas.  And when you look at the first Christmas you see that giving gifts was a big part of that Christmas ,too. The Magi brought three gifts: gold, frankincense and myrrh. … Continued