Grace  “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” Jim Elliot If you observe the woods right now, you will see everything slowly turning to shades of cream, gray, brown, and black. It is… Read more
Paved With Gold Some days walking through the forest is magical. Right now, everywhere I look, the pawpaw understory of bright yellow leaves greets me. Some of the leaves are already scattered on the woodland floor, paving it with gold. In other places,… Read more
Pierced Recently while walking in the nature preserve, my friend noticed one of the most unusual phenomena I’ve ever seen. We were heading through a section of land with tall pine trees as well as an understory of deciduous growth, including… Read more
Grasses “The grass withers and the flowers fade, but the Word of our God stands forever.”* This is the opening phrase that my pastor uses every Sunday before he begins his teaching. I was pondering this scripture as I walked the… Read more
Partners The earth is the LORD’s, and everything in it. The world and all its people belong to him.* One of nature’s unseen yet predominant characteristic is the display of hidden partnerships that make God’s creation work together. In the Garden… Read more
Dust of His Feet “The clouds are the dust of his feet.” He treads the high places and watches over his creation. He sees every car that motors down the road and all the passengers within it. He knows their destination and every relationship… Read more