Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month December 2006

Hobbs, Day 2

Wow. This picture has not been altered, nor have the names in this article been changed to protect the innocent. Sam and my twin nephews captured this runaway tumbleweed in the prairie beside Carolyn’s folks’ house. Found a nice coffee… Continue Reading →

Update on the James ossuary

For many of you in tune and in tech, this will be old news. However, for others of you, it will be new or an update. Were you aware that the burial box that was found in Israel in 2002… Continue Reading →

Arriving in Hobbs

We arrived in Hobbs today and celebrated Carolyn and my birthdays with her family. Hers is the 24th, and mine is January 5. Before the sun set, I took my twin five year-old nephews and Sam “hunting” in the prairie… Continue Reading →

On the road again

Just can’t wait to get on the road again The life I love is making music with my friends Oh, I can’t wait to get on the road again. We’re at a LaQuinta in Weatherford, Texas tonight, heading to Hobbs,… Continue Reading →

Do computers hold their value?

Well, some Macs do… Read to believe. (By the way, I have a Mac SE with a carrying case, for sale for $25,000…) Pictures need to be seen to be believed; the original box and all manuals were included in… Continue Reading →

Oooo. Things on my 2007 Christmas list…

Not that I have any hope of getting this for next Christmas, but it’s just so stinking cool… Read about it by clicking the image.

Merry Christmas!

This is what happens with a camera and a family waiting on their order at Sonic on Christmas Eve eve.

Sad state of southern rural politics

I’m going to refrain from getting into the details of why I’m posting this, but you could probably surmise it from reading the entry here. It’s become more and more depressingly clear that in our small, rural south Arkansas town,… Continue Reading →

Did you get wet enough?

Wade Burleson has stirred up the waters again in an excellent post seeking to defend a biblical view of baptism from encroachments upon it by leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention. SBC churches need to wake up and reign in… Continue Reading →

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