Recently I had to opportunity to lead our church in Austin through a forty day period of fasting and prayer. It was an amazing and enlightening time for all of us who participated. I really believe the fruit of this corporate fast will be evident for years to come. One of the early pictures God gave me for the fast… Read More
Last summer I had the opportunity to spend some extended time in pursuit of my goal of climbing all 58 of Colorado’s 14,00 foot peaks. As of today, I’ve successfully summited 35 of them. In mid June my son and I decided to make a run at Mt. Wilson. The Wilson group (Mt. Wilson, Wilson Peak and El Diente) are a… Read More
Thirty-seven years ago yesterday, May 18, 1978, my wife witnessed a murder in her middle school classroom. It was the first school shooting in the US in nearly forty years. The murder created a major fear stronghold in Susie. In her book Unafraid: Trusting God in an Unsafe World, Susie tells the beautiful story of how God delivered her from… Read More
Today, Susie’s book Unafraid officially releases. It’s a huge answer to prayer. It’s a story of redemption and healing, and one that will help you confront and overcome your own fears. It’s a story of how God can take even the worst human tragedy and turn it into beauty. It’s a story that took over thirty years to write…. Read More
On May 18, 1978, my wife, Susie, witnessed a murder in her public school classroom. An eighth-grader at the time, Susie was listening to her much-loved teacher, Rod Grayson, when her classmate and neighbor walked in and calmly fired three shots from a .22 rifle into him from just a few feet away. Mr. Grayson died moments later. It… Read More
Greetings Friends, and HAPPY EASTER! Before we all jump into the wildness that has become Easter weekend, I wanted to write you and remind you of the great gift we have through Jesus’ resurrection. In 1 Peter 1:3, Peter celebrated the hope that we all have because of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. The hope of which Peter spoke isn’t a… Read More
I met Heather yesterday in a restaurant. She was a waitress working the slow afternoon shift at a local watering hole. Heather is only twenty-one, but the weariness in her eyes makes her look much older. I asked Heather about her story. She is in her second year at a local community college trying to complete her associate degree… Read More
“Lesson 1–Don’t disobey God or you might get vomited. Lesson 2–If you do get vomited, give thanks for it.” Curious? Click to image to learn about the power of gratitude.
Do you embrace or push against God’s boundaries? They’re there for our protection. Boundaries from Will Davis Jr on Vimeo.