How to reach the unreached – Lessons from what Jesus did

How to reach the unreached – Lessons from what Jesus did

Luke 5 is a powerhouse of truth and wisdom that every Christian involved in ministry should take time to meditate. Let’s look at some of those here: More »

The Cross – A GLORIOUS BEGINNING and not the end!

The Cross – A GLORIOUS BEGINNING and not the end!

The bible talks about a rare red heifer in the book of numbers.  More »

Billy Graham: A Life Remembered

Billy Graham: A Life Remembered

Trace Billy Graham’s unexpected journey from a North Carolina farm to the largest arenas and stadiums in the world. More »

Billy Graham: One Man. One Purpose. One Message.

Billy Graham: One Man. One Purpose. One Message.

A photo tribute journey through the life of Billy Graham.  More »

Billy Graham, in his own words, about facing death and the Lord

Billy Graham, in his own words, about facing death and the Lord

“When I face him, I want him to say to me, ‘Well done, my good and faithful servant,'” he said. More »

 

Persevering to Maturity

There are days that just seem hard to put one foot in front of the other. Like today… the end of the third stanza of the Migraine Waltz. Thankfully the drumbeat of this particular version isn’t as bad as some that roll over me with ferocity. But still the ‘music’ plays with a persistent drone […]
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Sands of Time

My oldest son, Ryan, just entered his second month of his overseas internship in Italy, apprenticing under three highly skilled master blacksmiths. He spent his first month in a small town south of Bologna with a renowned iron-working artist. Before finishing his Italian adventure in Rome next month, he’ll be staying a couple more weeks […]
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How to reach the unreached – Lessons from what Jesus did

Luke 5 is a powerhouse of truth and wisdom that every Christian involved in ministry should take time to meditate. Let’s look at some of those here:

Lasting Impression

Not too long ago I met a friend to walk and get some exercise. The place she suggested was not where I normally go, but as with a lot of facilities around town, it was well designed and laid out with paved walking paths specifically for those who want to get in a few miles and hopefully […]
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A Wedding & A Funeral

My family and I squeezed into a packed church this past Saturday afternoon to celebrate with a crowd of people as together we witnessed the son of a dear friend embark on a new life with his brand-new bride. In stark contrast, only two hours later, we filed into a second church with a different […]
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A Work in Progress

My oldest son, Ryan, attends school at the American College of the Building Arts (ACBA) in Charleston, South Carolina. It’s a unique university that according to their mission statement “educates and trains artisans in the traditional building arts to foster exceptional craftsmanship and encourage the preservation, enrichment, and understanding of the world’s architectural heritage through […]
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A Word About Weeds

Our garden is off to a good (though late) start this year, However, with the unusual amount of rain this spring, the weeds are doing their best to out-pace the vegetables. Most of our attempts to maintain our plot of land have been thwarted by the marshy garden soil that’s been more like a swamp […]
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Graduation “Time”

Late May and early June is the season for graduation. Whether it is the close of a college or high school career, family and friends gather to celebrate the end of one chapter of a student’s life and the beginning of another. And in the Woodall household, we joined in this spring ritual to celebrate […]
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When Destruction Rages

The news cycle is always busy, but even if you’re not the type who gets regular updates on your phone, it’s hard to not be aware of the natural disaster currently unfolding in painful slow-motion on the island of Hawaii. On May 3rd, fissures started opening in the ground of the “Big Island” as the […]
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What Do I Do Now?

The sky is blue. The wind is cool, but the temperature is up so the flowers are finally blooming everywhere. Although late this year, spring, it seems, has finally arrived in Atlanta! So with the threat of frost officially behind us, the warmer weather has sent gardeners like me into a flurry of activity.  My […]
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