Today we have a guest post from fellow poet Jeff Norman. He’s written a wonderful poem entitled “You Feel So Far” I know that You are right here with me I know that You truly care I know Your name is above every name I know of my sin that You would bear But You… Continue reading You Feel So Far
Join me for my guest post at achristianmindset.org where I talk about the three types of love described in the new testament along with a lot of other goodies about “love”.
Today we have a guest post from my friend and fellow author Walter Kahler. I think this is an extremely well-written article and am very proud that he chose this subject for his guest post on my site. Thank you, Walter. What is our holy purpose? Obedience? An active faith? Spreading the Gospel? Those are… Continue reading Our Holy Purpose
Today we have a guest post from my son, Dustin Owens. It is a poem he has written to his future wife. Dustin is a singer, songwriter, musician and poet. I am so intoxicated By your love It’s like watching a feather fall From the wing of a dove The sun shines down From above… Continue reading To My Future Spouse
The following is a guest post by author and friend Eric Eaton: “As long as we have only a vague feeling of discontent with our present way of living, and only an indefinite desire for ‘spiritual things’, our lives will continue to stagnate in a generalized melancholy. We often say, ‘I am not very happy.… Continue reading What is the Narrow Path?
Waves flushing against the shores A seagull in a rush My heart flying away Trying to pause in a space Where I can find you again. This was a guest post by my dear friend Angie Weinberger. Angela Weinberger has worked in Human Resources with a focus on Global Mobility during her corporate career in the banking… Continue reading A Seagull
The following is a guest post by a dear friend: by @angieweinberger I am concerned about the state of the world and very concerned about the power of the masses. This comes now from a high stand: I feel there is too much propaganda out there and sometimes I just want to run away from it… Continue reading Why We Need To Make Helping Others A Daily Practice