Monthly Archives: August 2014

Preaching in the Devil’s Playground

When I wrote Twice a Slave, I didn’t realize how relevant much of the story would be to what is transpiring in our world at this moment. In the novel, I wrote about Joseph going into what had been dubbed The Devil’s Playground. People were fearful of the area because it was inhabited by “outlaws, […]

Crossing Rivers

I’ve often wondered what Moses thought when he gazed at the Red Sea or what Joshua felt when he looked at the Jordan River. What was the Apostle Paul sensing when he saw the Mediterranean Sea? It may have been the same feeling that Joseph Willis had when he peered at the Mississippi River. Major […]