We’ve Never Met…

  I know you. We’ve never met, but I still know you. You see, I was like you during one long stretch of my life. I didn’t know if God existed and it didn’t really seem to matter. I grew up in church. Maybe you did, too. My folks were active members...

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Breaking Good

   SPOILER ALERT! Walter White died this past week. The AMC network reported that 10.3 million viewers caught the Sunday night demise of the anti-hero of Breaking Bad, the series of a high school chemistry teacher-cum-drug lord. It was a fitting, tragic end for “Heisenberg,” the street name of Walter White, played by Emmy-winning...

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The Telescope of Faith

  A Facebook friend recently posted a link to this video about the Hubble Telescope. In 1995, NASA astronomers trained this powerful instrument on a dark patch of sky, believing there wasn’t much out there. Over 340 exposures were made over a period of ten days, surprising the scientists with images of...

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

  Televangelists have become famous (or infamous) for their attention-getting hair. I guess I’m the exception to the rule. My curly mane began saying arrivederci in my late 20s. Now, thirty years later, this evangelist can unequivocally state that I have been through all three stages of hair development: Parted Unparted Departed...

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Complete At His Feet

  Everything’s Bigger in Texas One day, a Texan died and went to heaven. St. Peter met him at the pearly gates and took him for a tour. The Texan, however, was not impressed. He told Peter that the rivers in Texas were longer, the mountains taller and the stars...

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Unofficial Criers

  “Oye, oye, oye!” The gentleman in the tri-cornered hat clutched an unfurled scroll in his hand as the crowd outside of St. Mary’s Hospital in London waited for tidings of a royal birth. As the babble died down, the man launched into his announcement: “On this day, the 22nd of July in...

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A Creative Force for God

  When I founded One Man Show fourteen years ago, I dubbed the ministry a “creative force for God.” From the beginning—and up until this day—I have striven to convey the Good News of Jesus Christ through such creative means as dramatic monologues, storytelling, illusions, art and song. I believe...

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