I debated on making this letter public but after speaking with my daughter she too hopes it helps encourage another “senior” family that may be struggling with the reality that things will not be going as planned. Here is the letter…..we hope it encourages you. Sydney, None of us would have imagined that this would … More a letter to my graduate
I love going on road trips. When I was a child my parents set out to take my brother and me to as many states as possible before we left home. I think we hit about 45 of them so we saw a great deal of the United States. Many fond memories were made by … More Don’t miss it!
I’m not the most romantic guy. When it came time for me to propose to my wife I had to think long and hard about how to make it special. I’m old enough to remember the day when you proposed without recruiting an army of people to hide in the bushes and celebrate with you … More What is God doing?
I have spent the majority of my life a nervous wreck. Even when the rest of the world was experiencing relative peace I figured out a way to panic. I worried about the possibility of A.I.D.S. being airborne in the late 1980’s. I worried about the prospects of middle east tensions sparking World War III … More Never more hopeful
The catalyst for our raised voices, calloused hands, and dirty feet should be the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ – for His glory alone. … More 4 things the church must never forget
In a day and age where comfort is valued over sacrifice and immediate satisfaction is desired over patiently waiting, it is hard to understand why this day is called “Good.” History would tell us that the term “Good Friday” evolved over the years most likely from the original “God Friday.” The only thing that makes … More The paradox of Good Friday