Lights in a Tunnel

Light at the End of the Tunnel

Reading Time: 2 minutes Looking Forward to The Light at the End of the Tunnel Do you ever lose sight of the light at the end of the tunnel? I do. This year has been unusually fast and furious with unexpected events (starting with my father’s massive stroke) on top of the usual fast and furious of life with Read More


Reading Time: < 1 minute One summer day in July, several photos came my way. First, I saw pictures from the James Webb Telescope. My favorite of these, and perhaps the most famous, is the photo of the Carina Nebula, a star-forming region in our very own Milky Way Galaxy showing an ethereal landscape of what looks like a massive Read More

A book, too, can be a star. "Explosive material, capable of stirring up fresh life endlessly," a living fire to lighten the darkness, leading out into the expanding universe.

Madeleine L'Engle

They Speak to Me

Reading Time: < 1 minute I find relief in the shade of great trees amid extreme heat.They speak to me…Human, God desires to shelter you, a motive for making me. The leaves in the trees play the invisible notes of the wind.They speak to me…Woman, God has a way of making the unseen seen. With roots sprawling before my feet Read More

A Conversation With The Invisible One

Reading Time: 2 minutes After a long, hard day with hurts and sorrows, I walk slow in the cool breeze of the dark of night and wonder, who am I?  Word answers, You are chosen, holy, and dearly loved, so clothe yourself with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Word knew I had ideas of changing clothes. I lay Read More

What Do The Heavens Declare?

Reading Time: 2 minutes My daughter Glory and I had an opportunity to see the San Antonio Symphony perform the orchestral suite The Planets at the Tobin Center on November 5th, 2014. Composed by Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934), The Planets includes a piece for each planet in our solar system. Thoughts came to my mind as I listened to Read More

Is a Scientist Allowed to Wonder, Love, or Grieve?

Reading Time: 2 minutes What in our experience comes together to form and function without a designer and creator at the root of it? I am a Senior Computer Scientist, a full-stack software developer at a top-tier research and development organization. I work on a team to create web applications to support NASA and ESA space missions. That may Read More

Don’t Compare Stories

Reading Time: 3 minutes All three of my children got sick, experiencing the typical cold symptoms, slight fever, sore throat, exhaustion, cough, and congestion. At the same time, my oldest took a required Covid test to register for her university’s next semester. It came back positive. I thought I was unafraid of Covid, so when my daughter announced her Read More

Do I Have to Beg God for Purpose and Good Work to Do?

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re anything like me, you long for purpose and good work to do. Your heart aches to work alongside God and to make an impact on his kingdom. Maybe you’ve prayed and begged God over and over again, “Lord, please give me good work to do.”   Several years ago, I went through a season Read More

Christ Is

Reading Time: < 1 minute A Poem The frogs are chirpingThe owls are hootingThe cat is huntingChrist is weeping in the garden The birds are singingThe pigeons are cooingThe dog is lappingChrist is hanging on a tree The disciples are hidingThe women are cryingThe people are eatingChrist is rising triumphant over Hades Read More

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