I recently returned from a trip to Africa to share the Gospel with my "new friends" who are a part of the unreached people of the world. In fact, 100% of the people of this community are Muslim, which makes it somewhat difficult in the sharing process. However, after 4 years of continual visits to... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago I shared a post that I originally wrote for In the Quiver somewhere around Father’s Day that talked about Family Worship (click for original post). And after I shared it, I began to get some very interesting and quite frankly, expected comments: -We’ve never done that [Family Worship] before. -Our kids... Continue Reading →
My wife and kids recently returned from an extended "vacation" from visiting our family, who all live out of state. They live on the East Coast, and we live in the Heartland (Midwest). We are separated by nearly 750 miles so you can see that it's not a little hop, skip and jump away. It... Continue Reading →
It seems to have been a growing trend for the last 25 years where fandom of sports teams has morphed from being a fan into something greater--something all consuming, and quite frankly mesmerizing, and frightening...people are now worshiping false idols that occur in the form of teams and individuals.
I must admit that over the last week, I have been consumed by the rescue and recovery of the 12 soccer players and their coach, all of whom were stuck in a cave in Thailand for 2 weeks. There were moments of intrigue, desperation, and courage all wrapped up together as I continued to read... Continue Reading →
Today we celebrate the Independence Day of the United States of America (interestingly, and I would presume, illegally . . . my neighbors have also celebrated June 30th, July 1, July 2nd, and July 3rd each evening between 9pm and 1am--launching enough fireworks to light up half of Saint Louis). I believe they may have... Continue Reading →
A few years back on the little hobby farm my family and I lived on we bought some chickens. The kids were so excited that they picked out names for each of the hens and the rooster. It wasn’t long before each of the hens starting producing eggs for our family to eat. My daughter,... Continue Reading →