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Pro-life – A Personal Story

Normally this blog is about worship related topics, so why I writing about this topic? I have been very troubled in recent days with the direction of our country in many ways, but most recently in the area of how our citizens are treating the most vulnerable among us: the unborn. . . . → Read More: Pro-life – A Personal Story


I hate running. Ethan, my son, has finally guilted me into running with him a couple of times a week since August. At first, my body screamed with rejection. What are you doing to me!?! The last time I had just run for “fun” was in a year that started with . . . → Read More: Running

A Joyful Heart

Prov. 17:22 A joyful heart is good medicine, But a broken spirit dries up the bones.

I have made it a point to laugh whenever I can lately. I try to tell corny jokes, laugh with my kids, and even laugh at myself. Being joyful is truly good medicine. Just today, . . . → Read More: A Joyful Heart

All other ground

The last two weeks have been interesting personally. Two stories that are related have influenced me a lot lately. The first was our elderly neighbor who locked herself out of her house. I tried to help her find another way into her house. The best we could come up with was . . . → Read More: All other ground


A sense of inadequacy can be your best friend. In today’s world, our society sees itself as a modern culture complete with all of the conveniences of modern life, and for much of the western world, comforts afforded by freedom and prosperity. As a result, we have very little need for God’s help or . . . → Read More: Inadequacy

Knowing God – Free download

Don’t miss the Knowing God free audiobook download at This has been one of the most influential books that I have ever read in regard to my own spiritual walk. I certainly don’t agree with everything in the book (especially Chapter 4), but HIGHLY commend it to you. This offer ends at the . . . → Read More: Knowing God – Free download