“Never should I allow the road map to become more important to me than the destination itself.”
“C.S. Lewis’ war-time radio broadcasts rejected theological boundaries that divided Christianity’s many denominations. He ignored theological barriers so he could discuss God and Christ on terms that resonated with all — a lesson we can learn from today.”
“Just as I had waited when I played ‘hide and seek’ with my daughter years ago, my Heavenly Father was waiting for me to call ‘Ready!’ He was waiting for me to want to be found.”
“The spiritual battle raging of which we play a part is a battle between our faith in God, Christ and the Holy Spirit versus our disbelief, distrust, and disobedience.”
In my search for Christ, I’ve attended many churches that are populous and grand on the exterior but feel like mausoleums for the spiritually dead on the inside.
“America’s Prosperity Gospel is an exact parallel of what Jesus did not do. It does not represent the Christians I know.”
“She described a sense of peace that would descend over the people as they prayed and ate — a quiet that was in distinct contrast to the thundering noises coming from the great Burlington Northern train engines idling on the track below — reminding the weary travelers that this was not their final destination and that they were, as we are now, only passing through.”