The science geek in me marvels at God’s sense of humor in creating the universe and letting us in on a few of its secrets. For example, scientists have amassed tomes of information about the moon, yet they can’t figure out what time it is on the moon. On the other hand, astronomers just released a composite of Dark Energy Camera images, revealing a stunning 360-degree panorama of the Milky Way bursting with more than 3.3 billion celestial objects. The feat is equivalent to taking a photo of 3 billion people and being able to identify each individual….
Thankful for WHAT?
Thanksgiving is in two days. Oddly, talking about thankfulness has prompted me to think about … plagues. (Not COVID. The Egyptian variety.)…
What Do You Feed, Clothe, and Put to Bed?
Your immediate answer may seem straightforward, especially if your children are young or grandchildren are visiting….
How to Live in Today’s Time of Judges
Do you feel like you’re living in a time when everyone does what’s right in their own eyes?…
Subbing for God
Life is full of substitutions. Often that connotes making do with something less than the ideal—like subbing fennel seeds for anise or subbing a second-string pitcher for an injured closer. Hopefully a good swap works nearly as well as the real deal….