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The Silent Red Shirt

by Joseph Graber

The Silent Red Shirt

There was a silent red shirt that kept showing up on the stage on the evening of the awards at the Christian Worldview Film Festival.  The red shirt never said anything and received no recognition.  Not one of the winners actually thanked it or introduced it. But that red shirt was really important.  It was […]

The Salt of the Earth

by Joseph Graber

The Salt of the Earth

Do you have any friends that really are the ‘salt of the earth’? Al Mendenhall is one such friend for me. Four years ago when I first visited Living Water Fellowship in Bulverde Texas, I discovered that almost everyone there thought of Pastor Al as one of their closest friends. It didn’t take long for […]

Sunrise On 2013

by Joseph Graber

Sunrise On 2013

I watched the sun rise on 2013 from where I am in Fredericksburg, Texas. I’m here for several months working on a film project and the view from my front porch is phenomenal. This is a photo of a recent sunrise from the front porch of our little apartment. As we are starting  a new […]

Celebrating Marriage

by Joseph Graber

Celebrating Marriage

Stacie and I celebrated the resurrection with our own private sunrise service this morning.  Our one year anniversary is almost two weeks away but because we got married on the day before Easter it feels like our anniversary. Married life- I highly recommend it!

My Friend Austin

by Joseph Graber

My Friend Austin

On Sunday evening when I heard that Austin had gone to be with the Lord I walked outside under the stars. I thought of his family and what they are feeling now. But then in my mind’s eye I saw a smile on Austin’s face as he gazed into the face of Jesus. So often his family had talked about this- this moment when one of them would be torn away from the earthly family to be with Jesus.

The Man Who Polished Al Capone’s Hubcaps

by Joseph Graber

As a boy he lived in Al Capone’s neighborhood. He was at Normandy on D-day. A mortar explosion tore his machine gun to shreds. The medic carried him out- they told him he was lucky he survived.

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