Category Archives: Christian Maturity

I Wish You Enough

Recently while was waiting for a flight, I overheard a father and daughter in their last moments together. They had announced her flight’s departure, and standing near the security gate, they hugged, and he said , “I love you. I wish you enough.”

She in turn said, “Daddy, our life together has been more than enough. Your love is all I ever needed. I wish you enough, too, Daddy.” Continue reading



The late advice columnist Ann Landers use to receive something like 10,000 letters a month. When asked what seemed to be the most common topic, she answered that most people seem to be afraid of something. They are afraid of losing their health, their job, or their family. They are afraid of upsetting a neighbor, alienating a friend, or committing a social false step. Many are even afraid when there is no reason to be afraid. Ours is a world of fearful people. Continue reading

Who’s Important?

It’s probably the hardest lesson a success oriented individual can ever learn. Most of us aren’t nearly as important as we think we are — and sometimes as others tell us we are. One of the wonderful things about Christ’s religion is that it puts everyone on the same rung of the ladder — Christ is the great equalizer. Continue reading