“The Lord Is My Shepherd” – An In-Depth Study of Psalm 23 (Session 1, Vs 1)

My friends, rather than upload a recording of my talk, I thought I'd simply write out my notes in an easy-to-read format for you. (This way, you also don't have to hear me, over and over again, become emotional as I speak 🙂 .....Christ has used this passage so powerfully in my life since the … Continue reading “The Lord Is My Shepherd” – An In-Depth Study of Psalm 23 (Session 1, Vs 1)

Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)

Written by my wife, Michelle Watts, wrote these fresh insights (written in parentheses)  into Chris Tomlin's chorus he attached to Newton's "Amazing Grace" in light of he death of our 19 year old son this past May.  nw "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)" Mere words cannot express what I experienced today. I have always … Continue reading Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)

The Distance Between Peace & Crazy

I love the Bible. It's unedited. Unsanitized. Emotional. Real. As I read it, I read about God. And myself. All 66 books comprise God's "love letter" to mankind. And, within His "letter" we're reminded that God used real-life, ordinary people to pen the words God wanted written down. (2 Peter 1:21) Jeremiah (not the bullfrog) … Continue reading The Distance Between Peace & Crazy

Yahweh Rapha (The Lord Who Heals You)

Powerful truth regarding the topic of grief from recent posts on http://www.griefshare.org: "If you want to heal from grief, you must go through it. You cannot go around it. The grieving process, itself, is a healing process." "Fear, depression, anger, loneliness, despair - these emotions come and go with dizzying unpredictability. Your life is like … Continue reading Yahweh Rapha (The Lord Who Heals You)

“Nick, How Many Children Do You Have?”

Saw this post today: "A person who loses their marriage partner is called a widow, or widower. A child who loses their parents is called an orphan. But there is no word to describe a parent who loses a child, because the loss is like no other." My dad died of alcoholism in 2000. He … Continue reading “Nick, How Many Children Do You Have?”