The Anchor Holds
June 8th, 2020
She loved him with all the emotion that a 10 year old girl could possibly have, and she called him Daddy and he called her baby-doll. She had an older brother and a sweet mom, both of whom she loved d...  Read More
God Reached Down His Hand
May 4th, 2020
After school let out on that particular Friday, Toby Weaver and his younger brother Lee, gathered up their old beat-up baseball gloves and their old bat and ball and set out on an adventure. This trip...  Read More
Twice Saved by Blood
March 3rd, 2020
The burden of the events of this story had been borne in the heart of one of our Armed Force veterans for more than four decades. In telling me, and others, about the specifics of this story, Michael ...  Read More
All In
December 10th, 2019
If there was a game with ball involved Dennis Clark loved it, and when it came to athletic competition he never gave less than his total effort.  He was always--all in! He played basketball, football,...  Read More
Rescued by Grace
December 10th, 2019
In our society today, ending the life of an unwanted baby is a very common event.  Governmental leaders and legislators have provided resources that facilitate these terrible procedures up until the t...  Read More
The Story of Two Blades
October 21st, 2019
His family was poor and he grew up living in the projects.  His mother was mentally ill, battling schizophrenia her whole life.  If that was not enough, he was constantly reminded that he had learning...  Read More
A Family of Grace
October 20th, 2019
After all the anticipation and the rigors of childbirth, she was finally here!  Carol had delivered a beautiful, healthy 7 lb.12 oz. baby girl.  All was right with the world and before long Carol and ...  Read More
Sky Watch
May 30th, 2019
Men and women of the United States Armed Forces are constantly on duty all over the world with the expressed responsibility of protecting America and its citizens.  Chuck Woods was one of those valian...  Read More
The Wounded Sparrow
April 22nd, 2019
Cymonne Pyles was a vibrant, and active, child who loved gymnastics, cheerleading and singing.  Midway through her eighth year of life the headaches began.  As they became a more regular occurrence he...  Read More
The Cirlce of Grace
March 18th, 2019
The time was 1960, and the place was a Baptist church in Taylor, Michigan. The event was a youth rally and a certain thirteen year old girl was in the audience. The Spirit of God was moving in her hea...  Read More
Working The List
February 18th, 2019
God does all things well.  Elaine knew it and she believed it, but the winds of sorrow that swept into her heart that day, were physically painful.  Her son, Brent French, had lost his battle with the...  Read More
When Someday Became Today
January 21st, 2019
It was a beautiful fall day as the warm sun burned off the morning chill. I arrived, left the parking lot, and entered the school building. The faculty meeting would begin in a few moments, and there ...  Read More
Journey Of Grace
December 17th, 2018
He had served the Lord as worship leader at Marcus Point Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida for about 18 years. He was a loving husband and father who always had a heart to see people come to salvat...  Read More
Obedient At Last
November 19th, 2018
Under hospice care and 88 years old, Tom realized his days were numbered. But he also realized there were things he needed to get done. There was one in particular. He had trusted the Lord many years ...  Read More
Out of The Ruins
October 22nd, 2018
In 1943, the city of Berlin, Germany, was being bombed by the Allies almost every day making it an extremely unsafe place to live. Because of this great danger, the Panaczek family moved from there to...  Read More