Much is said on Easter weekend every year of Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, but little attention is given to the day between. On Friday some go to church and commemorate the solemn act of Christ on the cross, leave for a day, and then return early Sunday to celebrate the resurrection. What should we … More God Rested
Last year I did a monthly series called “Turning into Dad” that I wrote as I enetered fatherhood and adjusted to my new life. I’m retiring that series and beginning a new one: Parental Perspective. This will consider issues and challenges related to parenting. Enjoy! I’ll go out on a limb here and say I … More Parental Perspective: Who Owns My Child?
Damaron’s Gun is an obscure title from obscure Western author Wesley Ray. The yarn follows Blain Damaron, a gunman for hire, who is tracking a wanted man. He chases the outlaw to his old hometown and quickly dispatches him. The sheriff requires Damaron to stay for the inquest and this forces the gunslinger into an … More How Community Tamed ‘Damaron’s Gun’
It has been a long time since I’ve posted any sermon audio. Time to end the drought! Here is a sermon I gave recently on Haggai 2. I also covered chapter 1 about a year and a half ago. If you would like to hear what I said then, you can listen to it on … More Sermon: Better Days Ahead