There are some Asian movies I recommend, and they are all set in feudal times. They are: “War of the Arrows” (sister is kidnapped for marriage and brother goes to find her […]
I think differently. Every once in a while, I have an insight or a thought that could be useful to others. My background is over 30 years in church leadership & 30 years in social work with M.Div. and M.S.W. degrees - and yes, I do enjoy retirement. My heart is in teaching. And I try to teach in a way that you don't have to have a degree to understand it. So, join me on this journey we call Life as we explore God, the Bible, the Church and the world around us together.
I've been married to my wife for 48 years. We have three grown and married children of whom we are very proud. And they have blessed us with seven grandchildren. We both grew up in Washington State, but we now live in North Carolina with a lot of experience between those two points.
“The Church with a Big Heart” [reference August 11, 2020] was in a lumber town in Washington State of the United States with a population of 30,000 citizens at the time, now […]
Luke 2: 8-20 There have been momentous events in the last 100 years, events that have influenced the way people think and behave: The Great Depression (1929-1933): My parents and my wife’s […]
Ephesians 2: 11-18 There was a problem in the church at Ephesus and other churches. Christianity started out as a movement within Judaism. In fact, in its early days it was referred […]
Ephesians 2: 8-10; James 2: 14-19; Mark 12: 29-31 Have you heard of people needing to keep a proper “work-life balance”? This means that work doesn’t so consume you that you forget […]
I hope each of you are well at the time of you reading this. I haven’t written for two weeks, but I am well. It has just been a busy time, and […]
We are God’s artful expression of himself. We are created to be able to make decisions, to create and appreciate art in all its forms, to enjoy humor, to be able to play, to love, to hug, to reason. Those are all factors that surpass what could have been a plain narrative of our lives and of our existence.
I’m seventy years old, and I’ve enjoyed electronics for most of that time. There was that 9 volt, 6 or 9 transistor radio that I carried on my paper route when I […]