For my firstborn’s past two birthdays, I’ve made special reflection posts on the milestone. I feel like those were easier to do so since he was the only child then. Now, there’s a little brother in the picture and he absorbs a fair portion of brain space. That makes recalling the past year rather difficult. … More Three Years Later
This is the next entry in an on-going series titled Coloring the Kingdom (or CtK). To read the introduction to this series, click here. For better context of what I’ll be talking about today, I’d suggest reading Matthew 5:2-12. Every nation’s citizens have certain qualities they exhibit. The various peoples of the various countries all have different expectations … More CtK Part 2: Coloring the People of the Kingdom (Part A)
This is part of an on-going series examining different aspects and issues in parenting. The previous entry can be found here. Our oldest son is starting to talk in more cohesive ways. He’s almost forming full sentences. Though he’s picking up and practicing new words and phrases daily, he’s still not fluent or always comprehensible. … More Parental Perspective: What Are You Saying?
I have a strange fascination with the French Revolution. I think I’ve said that before. I don’t know why. Maybe it’s because there were so many good things the people were trying to change but so many wrong ways they went about doing it. In many ways, it’s a tragic revolution. Injustice was being done … More In This Time of Culture Crisis, Be Careful What You Wish For
Greetings! I am breaking my own bi-weekly schedule to tell you about an exciting new story that is available for you to read. I mentioned this at the end of my last post, but I figured I’d make a special post by way of reminder. Four years ago–in the same month ironically–I finally had a … More Westward and Elseward