Skip to main content



Turn Around—Don’t Drown

"For as in those days before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day when Noah entered the ark, and they were unaware until the flood came and swept them all away, so will be the coming of the Son of Man."  Matthew 24:38-39 Where do you find yourself on life’s road today? As the Texas Gulf Coast begins to prepare for another hurricane season, I am reminded of the admonishment we hear often as hurricanes swell and waters rise in these parts:  Turn around—don't drown. So it was in the days of Noah, too.  The Holy Bible  tells us that Noah was a pleasure to the Lord, the only truly righteous man who lived on the earth at that time (Genesis 6:8-10).  When God told Noah that He was going to destroy the earth by flood and that he was to build the ark, Noah obeyed God.  His obedience was a witness to all around him of God's love, His sovereignty, His plan.  It was their, " Turn around—don't drown"  admonition.  A

Latest Posts

Spiritual Pride

Why This Chicken Crossed the Road

Learning to Love - Part Deux

Finding God's Best

All Our Trophies

Running to Win


Clothed by Christ

Shame on You

It’s Not About the Bunny

Captain Courageous in a Cowardly World

Tuned to the Master

An Eternal Perspective

The King’s Delicacies

My Unimaginable Friend

Free Will

Giving Credit Where It's Due

A Call to Action

For My Uncle

Bye-Bye Squirrel Girl

A Prayer for Times of War

The Heart of the Matter

Harvest Time

Before the World Began Today


The Extremist I Follow

Risky Business

Hell, Fire & Brimstone - Part Deux

One Celebrity

Joy to the World

Following the Star

A True Jew

What Are You Giving Jesus This Christmas?

Desperate for Discipline

A Thanksgiving Prayer

Fire in the Whole

The Self-Made Man