Filling Life's Potholes with God's Perfection

Perfection Road offers encouragement to those longing to live like Jesus,
so they may confidently travel the road toward God's perfect love.

Meet Carol: A Time to Cast

Meet Carol: A Time to Cast

Thank you  for continuing to pray for our little grandson Benjamin. He is doing remarkably well, and according to Jennifer, the nurses are smitten with that sweet little smile that cause his eyes to disappear into his cheeks. We will finally get our hands on him (and Jennifer!) in Baltimore at the end of the […]

Meet Kelly: “Why Do Good People Die?”

Meet Kelly: “Why Do Good People Die?”

It doesn’t take long to identify good people. They have a softness about them that immediately throws a lasso around your heart gently pulling you near. Although I taught Kelly Smith’s younger brother, I didn’t get to know Kelly until we purchased the farm right across the street from where she lived with her husband […]

Be of Some Use

It’s 98 degrees. Droplets of sweat join hands to waterslide down your back. You’re sure you can hear them screaming, “Weeeeee!” from your neckline all the way to your waistband. Oh, what you wouldn’t give for just half a bottle of water straight from the fridge. Just a few months ago it was a frigid […]

Hannah, Save a Place for Me

Hannah, Save a Place for Me

What could God be up to when He allows a life to be dramatically torn into two distinct pieces? For Hannah Mayfield, my cousin’s daughter, the first 16 years were fairly typical for a young, energetic, Christian girl. Family. Friends. School. Sports. Each one interwoven with a passionate love for Jesus. Then, with the suddenness […]

A Brick and Mortar Church

A Brick and Mortar Church

We exchanged 95-degree-Alabama-so-thick-you-could-twirl-it-around-a-paper-cone air for the cool blustery winds of California. It’s a business trip for Ron, but I’ll take that trade. Like the other jillion tourists in San Francisco we boarded a double-decker bus to get a quick tour of the city and soon discovered a place called The Cannery. Built from salvaged, reclaimed […]