Dear Friends, It was cold, but there was little snow on the mountains, the January day in 2001 that I first drove the Peak to Peak Highway between Central City and Estes Park, Colorado. I was speaking at a pastors’ retreat and had some time to go exploring. I was enjoying the good road and
Dear Friends, This being the month of the twentieth anniversary of the Word of Grace messages, I am going to share with you the message that is my personal favorite. This is the story of an experience my brother Terry and I shared in October of 1996. It was a sacred moment on a Southern
Dear Friends, On Monday morning, October 5, 1998, I was home getting ready drive over to Newport Beach for the afternoon and evening to be with my sister Judi who had suffered a disabling stroke related to her diagnosis of stage four pancreatic cancer. That morning I shared a quote with nine friends on the
The evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) from Dunkirk in May/June 1940 was a gift from God that moved the whole of Great Britain. Hundreds of thousands of families were touched
Chapter 4 of the new HarperOne book by C. S. Lewis, How to Pray, is an excerpt from Letter 4 of Letters to Malcolm. In this letter, Lewis begins to answer two philosophical questions about prayer, but in our excerpt, the question is “Isn’t It Presumptuous For Us To Bring Our Concerns Before God” (p.33)?