Not far from Wilton is a yearly event held unlike anything I ever saw growing up in Southern Ohio. The spinning of car tires, squealing of train wheels against steel track, horn of tug boats, and paddle churning of riverboats, now that, I am familiar with, but this was a very new experience for me. Continue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 1”
One girl, in an emergency room, through tears while being stitched up expressed to the doctor that she was hoping to get home in time to attend the final night of the missions conference.
The Defeated I could not believe it. Our team lost. Having gone undefeated through the entire softball season, the playoffs were not that much more challenging. After all, our team had generally won most of the games by the “mercy rule.” Now in the last inning of the conference championship game, our team is aheadContinue reading “The Defeated”
Be Like Zach Luke 19:10 For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. Remember the days when people would say: “Be like Mike.” On the basketball court, winning and work ethic could be found in Michael Jordan. Kids would wear his shoes, shoot the ball like him,Continue reading “Be Like Zach”
How to Know You Are Not Thankful Praise ye the LORD. O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever. Psalm 106:1 For this posting, you may want to open your Bible to Psalm 106 to follow along in the text. “A man writing at a post-office deskContinue reading “How to Know You Are Not Thankful”
After Election Thoughts No matter if your candidate won or not, life goes on. Congratulations to both candidates for their effort. Kudos to Mr Trump. Consider this short list of things to continue or to begin doing in the coming days. Read the Bible. Psalm 119:105 teachers: “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet,Continue reading “After Election Thoughts”