A rooster crowed followed by the sound of what had to have been at least half a dozen dogs fighting over their breakfast.
Luke groaned and reached for his watch.
His eyes felt sticky as he pried them open. Having arrived at his brother’s home in Hondorus late the night before, he had hoped for a bit of time to sleep in.
“3:08 back home,” he spoke to the ceiling,”nothing like an early start to the day!” And he jumped out of bed, forgetting in darkness of the room that he was in a bunk bed, and fell to the ground from the top bunk, waking his roommate and good friend, Jake Reynolds.
Jake made a sound somewhere between a laugh and grunt, and rolled over. Continue reading “A Glimpse – Part 2 | Luke In Honduras”
Through Laney’s Eyes
Thursday morning, her eyes shown with love that only a little girl could have for her daddy from where Laney watched from the window.
“Daddy’s home, Mommy, and it’s not even lunchtime!” Lane shouted. Three years old and full of life, always smiling, always dancing, Laney loved her Daddy and waited daily for this moment.
Usually she would run at him before he even had a chance to shut the door.
But today even her three year old self could tell something wasn’t right. Daddy’s gaze was down, not looking at her and smiling that special smile. Continue reading “Through Laney’s Eyes”
A Short Story
There He sat, the Father, on His throne. Always on His throne. The throne. And yet, He was and is and will always be everywhere, omnipresent God. The Father looked over the entire world, the world He created, and all within it.
Hearts broken. Children starving. Sin rampant. People once following Him, now turned away from Him. His heart quenched in pain, Continue reading “A Glimpse – Short Story Part 1”