London: Handel’s House

  In my book, Then Sings My Soul, I told the remarkable story of how […]

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In Times Like These

Today I’ve had to force my mind back onto my writing; and while it’s hard […]

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One More Day’s Work for Jesus

This week I’m in Tampa, speaking at the Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, a […]

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O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus

Today I’m happy to report that I am finally finishing a book project that has […]

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In Age and Feebleness Extreme

 I’m in Ohio at my denominational convention, but I’m a little distracted by a writing […]

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A Prayer for our Marriages

Today I’ve run across a rare hymn on the subject of marriage and family life.  […]

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Oh, To Live Exempt From Care by the Energy of Prayer!

Poetry has fallen on hard times, especially sacred poetry with traditional rhythm and rhyme.  But […]

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Faith is the Victory!

If you have accident-prone children, take comfort in the story of John Henry Yates.  His […]

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Care-Casting; and Obama’s Speech

This coming Sunday at The Donelson Fellowship, our pulpit study will focus on twin verses […]

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Birthday Math — 5:7 and 57

I’ve always loved having May 29th as my birthday.  As a child, it coincided with […]

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Hymnist Dies in a Fall

  I want to finish my blog mini-series on hymns with a little-known story about […]

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If I Could Only Have Old Hymns or Contemporary Christian Music?

I’d choose contemporary Christian songs, of course.  The reason?  Very simply, if we had no […]

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