Before our little boy came along, I managed to record a song I’ve written recently. It’s called “Timothy’s Doxology” and is based off 1 Timothy 6:13-16. There, the apostle Paul is wrapping up some instructions to Timothy but temporarily sidetracks himself with a burst of praise for Jesus Christ. I thought the small section would … More Song: Timothy’s Doxology
When Miguel De Cervantes published the first part of Don Quixote, he had a clear theme of noting the dangers of idleness and fantasy. The book was a smash hit and soon an unknown writer wrote a knock-off sequel, cashing in on the knight’s fame and throwing shade at Cervantes. Not to be outdone, Cervantes sat … More The Entertaining Insanity of Don Quixote
It’s time for a new College-Time Mystery! In this one, Bryan and John find themselves the victims as a mysterious man haunts their every move. Can they discover his identity before it’s too late? How Will You Go? Story by J.R. Underdown November swept in cold and wet, and with finals fast-approaching the weather seemed … More Story: How Will You Go?
This is a continuation of an on-going series of posts I’ve been running through the year. You can read the previous entry here. Last week when I made my “Turning Into Dad” post about waiting for my son’s arrival, I knew the chances were good that that very day he could come. The day itself … More Turning Into Dad: He’s Here!