• Newborn Days: Happy Mother’s Day

    Happy Mother’s Day! Here is a poem from my own heart as a brand new mother.

  • The Day of the Lord

    The Day of the Lord is a day of clouds and darkness, earthquakes and rumblings, a blood moon and falling stars, fire and flashes of light, drought and curses, judgment and salvation. In this post, I explain not only the Day of the Lord coming, but the ones that have already happened too.

  • How Can Man See God and Live?

    Three thousand five hundred years ago, Moses asked God to show him His glory. God answered, “you cannot see my face, for man shall not see me and live.” In my poem and post “How Can Man See God and Live,” I explain how people already have seen God, and how we get to see His glory.

  • The Ladder to Heaven

    You may remember from Sunday school the story of Jacob’s ladder. That’s an Old Testament story that I never really considered that important. In “The Ladder to Heaven,” I show you a deeper significance to this story and how it is actually completed in the New Testament.

  • Spring Cleaning Yourself

    It’s time for spring cleaning again! Time to clean out those drawers and sweep those floors. Did you know you can spring clean yourself? If you’re any bit curious about spring cleaning yourself, check out my post, “Spring Cleaning Yourself.”

  • The Power of the Resurrection

    This is a repost of one of my poems about the resurrection of Jesus, but the story following is new. Some people consider Christianity an artifact, but I explain how the God of the Bible is as alive and active now as He ever was.

  • The Cornerstone

    The Hallel is a special reading done every year of Psalms 113-118 only on Passover. In this post, I’ll show you how Jesus is in the Hallel, completes the Hallel, and fulfills the Hallel, as well as an ancient prophecy from the days of Bablylon.

  • “In Christ Alone” on the Native American Style Flute

    One of the most powerful hymns written in our generation is “In Christ Alone.” Christ is the only hope for mankind. Do you believe this? Whether you do or not, I encourage you to listen to the song, read the lyrics, and read about what this means to me.

  • Afikomen of the Seder

    When Jesus said “This is my body broken for you,” He broke the middle matzo of the Seder, the afikomen. Read “Afikomen of the Passover” where I show you how Jesus is connected to the afikomen.

  • Seder Lamb

    Jesus is the Passover lamb. Check out my poem “Seder Lamb” and my explanation of how He connects to a tradition that began thousands of years before His life on earth.