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  • Lenny the Trucker and the Christmas Eve Rescue

    Lenny Thomas had seen it all. He’d been a big-rig trucker for thirty-five years and nothing surprised him anymore. He’d crossed the country more times than he could remember and run across every character you could imagine and some you couldn’t. As he pulled up behind the break down on I-81 just outside of Bethlehem, …[ read more ]

  • Gasping for Air at Christmas

    I don’t know about you but I’m out of breath. Gasping my way into the holidays and straggling across the finish line into the new year, I find myself in need of oxygen – a pure, unadulterated, unpolluted breath of heaven. Sometimes I feel like the wheelbarrow in the poem my William Carlos Williams “So …[ read more ]

  • A Proportional Response to North Korea

    Free Christians everywhere should be considering a proportional response to North Korea. We had no skin in the game with the satirical movie, The Interview. I’m sure it didn’t carry a message related to Jesus Christ. We’re not missing out on high art if it’s suppressed, but that’s not really the point is it? Americans …[ read more ]

  • I’s Wicked

    We’ve switched places! Lori Hatcher and I are known at our publishing house as “Crazy Lori” and “Hungry Lori,” in order to keep us straight. Today, we’ve decided to have some fun by trading blogs. This devotion is an excerpt from Lori Hatcher’s new book, Hungry for God … Starving for Time, Five-Minute Devotions for Busy Women. Like a spiritual power bar, Hungry for God is the …[ read more ]

  • The First Flash Mob

    We live in an age when everyone wants to make some noise. The news is full of noisemakers, especially during the holidays. “The squeaky wheel gets the grease” is our new national motto. We’ve become a nation of squeakers, ready to protest, voice our concerns, write our letters, assert our beliefs, call our congressman and …[ read more ]