Last Saturday, we were on top of Stone Mountain when a summer storm began to approach. We had watched it as it swept through the northside of Atlanta and then it headed east to the "big rock." It was beautiful. We managed to get on the last cable car leaving the top of the mountain. [...]
F.B. Meyer writes, “A storm is only as the outskirts of His robe, the symptom His advent, the environment of His presence." The very things that drive us to God in prayer are the very things that also draw us close to Him.
Some of the things you hear in life just leave you speechless. Johanna is having one of those moments—speechless.
It takes courage to walk with God through times of adversity. Many times, we can't see where we are going, and we don't know how to take the next step. That's okay. He knows, and He has promised to show us the right way . . . when we trust Him.
George Matheson wrote, "Be willing to be only a voice, heard but not seen; a mirror whose surface is lost to view, because it reflects the dazzling glory of the sun; a breeze that springs up just before daylight, and says, 'The dawn! The dawn!' and then dies away. I shall be satisfied if no [...]
This past weekend was beautiful in northeast Georgia. And Toccoa Falls is an inviting and refreshing place to visit. The area around the Falls includes over 1,000 acres of woodlands that back up to the National Forest. The path I took leads deep into the woods and parallels a cool, clear mountain stream. It is [...]
People say that on your way to heaven you will have to switch planes in Atlanta, Georgia. Well, I think the same can be said about Charing Cross. I can't begin to count the times we changed trains at this station. It has at least five different entrances scattered along the perimeter of Trafalgar Square.