The Pastor’s Heart 11/16/2018

I try not to worry, but sometimes I can’t help it.  As I look at our country, I’m astounded by the advancement of the moral decay, the humanistic philosophy, and the overall drift from Biblical values.  I mentioned this to Tina a couple of nights ago and expressed the worry that I try to avoid.  If the…

The Pastor’s Heart 11/9/2018

I knew it was coming, but I flinched anyway.  The rounds fired in salute of the Air Force veteran echoed through the Andersonville National Cemetery on that recent beautiful Monday afternoon.  I’d just finished my remarks to the small group gathered there and had stepped to the back of the open pavilion.  I stood and watched…

The Pastor’s Heart 10/12/2018

It’s that time of year.  The sound can be deafening.  You can’t even hear yourself think.  Why?  You’re at a college football game surrounded by a gigantic cloud of the home team’s colors and its enthusiasts that fought traffic, paid unholy prices for concessions, sat on hard, cramped metal bleachers for hours, barked like dogs, chomped like…

The Pastor’s Heart 9/28/2018

No, I really don’t want to write about it [insert long sigh here], but it seems to be the dominating focus of our nation this week.  More importantly, it’s the lesson that the Lord has put on my heart that points me in this direction.  No doubt you’ve followed the Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Kavanaugh and his…

The Pastor’s Heart 8/24/2018

Sometimes things get a little crowded.  Like schedules.  I’m sure you know what I mean!  And when schedules get crowded, things can easily get pushed aside.  Like a “Pastor’s Heart” email/post.  As I’ve gone through my morning today, this note has been pushed back and almost aside.  But then I thought, “I’ve got to just…