Live Without It

Dear Friends, Earlier this week I was asked how to handle fear. It came as part of a conversation I was having with a woman from our church who is feeling overwhelmed by fear because of all that’s happening with the Covid-19 virus. It was a reasonable question, and one that I think many of us have wrestled with as we’ve watched the virus spread, and as we’ve heard stories from all over the world about the impact it’s having. However, the question of how to handle our fear is also one that we’ve probably all had to address before, because we all regularly face situations in our lives which bring us face to face with our fears. The challenge comes in not letting those fears keep us from doi

No More Leftovers

Dear Friends, This morning I was reading in Joshua 14, and I came across the following statement: “I am as strong now as I was when Moses sent me on that journey, and I can still travel and fight as well as I could then.” (Joshua 14:11). This comment is made by a man called Caleb, who was 85 when he made that statement. So as someone who is “getting on in years”, the fact that Caleb could make such a bold statement at the age of 85 automatically makes him someone I look up to. But more importantly than his physical stamina, Caleb was also a man who had amazing longevity in his relationship with God. And that’s what really makes him my hero, because that’s what I want in my life. I want

A Chip Off The Old Block

Dear Friends, A few months ago, our oldest son and his wife had their first child. It’s also our first grandchild, so it’s been an exciting time of welcoming this new life into our family. My wife and I have now joined the chorus of those who have gone before us saying, “Having grandkids is awesome!” As can be expected, one of the first questions we ask anyone who meets our new granddaughter is: “Who do you think she looks like?” That question is then followed by a rigorous discussion of whether or not she has her mom’s eyes, or her dad’s nose - or whether or not she looks like great-grandma Hazel on grandpa’s side. Usually the answer is that our granddaughter is a combination of all of


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Random thoughts and ponderings on life and faith from a recovering sinner.

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Daniel May - husband, father, pastor, grocer, Packers fan, and above-mentioned recovering sinner.

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