Understanding the forgiveness of God is crucial to developing our relationship with him as a son or daughter. For example, if you believe that someone is angry with you or holding something against you, you feel awkward around that person. You walk on egg shells. Eventually you may get angry that the person seems to … More God’s Radical Forgiveness Despite Your Mess
There are times when I feel so overwhelmed when I think about the millions of people who need to hear about Jesus. A message as simple as: “God SO loved world (you) that He gave His one and ONLY son (for you!) that whoever would believe in Him would not perish but have everlasting life”. … More The Tell-Tale Sign of Jesus’ Followers.
Who’s your daddy?
Writing Abba’s Lament involved a lot of prayer and what I hope was Spirit-led imagination. Doug’s bible study on God as a father was quite helpful, especially when he challenged us to ponder what it was like for God the Father to witness the turning of the angelic prodigal, Lucifer. As a Christian I’d often … More Glimpses of the Father
The book Designed for Inheritance by Carlos Rodriguez has been in my house for about a year. I finally picked it up. Wonderful! Excellent! and I’m only on page 23. I will definitely be writing a longer post about it soon. “Jesus died because He had a Father too extraordinary to keep for Himself, and … More The Father Defines Us
Auto Service Center, July 2015 While giving my car key to the attendant I noticed an African American baby drinking a bottle in her carrier. She looked anywhere between 5 and 7 months old. Her diaper bag was on a chair near a Caucasian man reading a newspaper. He gave no indication of being the … More One Neglected Baby
We all are born with a father, but some never know them. We can be familiar with their habits, know basic facts about their lives, see them every day, or they can just be a name on a birth certificate. What does knowing mean? myFather’scrown attempts to reveal the great expanse of God’s love as … More Welcome to my Father’s crown