Entering the Eye of the Storm

I took this photo a few weeks after my pacemaker surgery. Notice the dove in the clouds! “If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me. (Psalm 139:9-10)”

Friends, as we mark the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina; watch with horror at the unfolding of the devastation wrought by Harvey; and anxiously anticipate the development of Irma, it is easy to lose our bearing and become swept up in the chaos swirling around us.

But God tells us to “be anxious for nothing.”  

So, how do we do that? If you are having a hard time resting in the peaceful presence of God, please take a moment to listen to “Eye of the Storm,” a song inspired while I sought refuge in an adoration chapel in Beaumont, TX, during our displacement.  Our God is a God of accompaniment, and he cares for you.

If you are one of my friends in Texas or western Louisiana, know that we are praying with earnest for your well-being and are sending supplies.  We’ve been through a lot already, and we know that, together, we can get through anything.

In His Love,


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