If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Feel free to leave comments. Your participation enriches the site!Last year I read A.W. Tozer’s The Set of the Sail, a collection of devotionals. One entry in particular really hammered the church during his day for its separation of …
“Nuff said” is a collection of saved entries from across the interwebs. Here are some interesting, provocative and fun things for your reading and viewing. This particular entry focuses on pastors and offers tips for encouraging your pastor and tips for pastors surviving ministry for the long haul.
That inspirational quote? It’s really stupid. Think about it before you crochet it on your pillow – or post it on social media. It doesn’t matter how pretty you wrap it up.
This is my first collaborative (kind of) movie review effort about “10 Cloverfield Lane.” It was posted in its entirety on Aaron Peck’s blog. Before I embark on this new blogging direction of movie reviews, let me offer a few caveats. I have a very lowbrow approach to movies that causes much disdain among family, friends and coworkers…
I don’t know if anyone else tries to fight off being sick, but here’s my phases of fighting sick. It includes trying to trick my body, denial, and finally assuming the fetal position.
I couldn’t believe it. I had voted in the Democratic primary. I’d never done that before. Here are my reasons.
The formula for more blog traffic is to post about current issues and events, but I resist the temptation even though I want the traffic/notice/popularity.
I recently went on a daddy-daughter date. There was a selfie shoot involved. And a selfie fail. And a video that explains it all.
“Nuff said” is a collection of saved entries from across the interwebs. Here are some interesting, provocative and fun things for your reading and viewing: “How a Bunch of ‘Impractical Jokers’ Helped Me Overcome the Isolation of Grief“ Valerie Dunham (I know her!) writes for Christ and Pop Culture and shares how the four friends behind Impractical Jokers provided …
It’s far to easy to allow circumstances to determine our happiness and shape our attitude. By focusing on truth instead of circumstances, we will find joy.