The Way to Wisdom

These days the exercise of wisdom has never been more important.  We shake our heads when we read reports of people gathering for parties or other activities, defying the government edicts to stay home or shelter in place.  It seems that some people don’t consider that the restrictions are meant to blunt the spread of … Continue reading The Way to Wisdom

GROW UP!

The Plague of Adult Immaturity When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things. 1 Cor 13:11 I read an article the other day in the Wall Street Journal in which the author … Continue reading GROW UP!

The Journey – Intentional Christianity

A young man named Andre went to church one Sunday and sat in the last row.  Things hadn’t been going well for him since his grandmother passed away a few weeks earlier.  After the choir sang a song, the preacher started talking, and Andre listened.  Before long something strange began to happen.  It seemed like … Continue reading The Journey – Intentional Christianity

Book Release: The Second Peter Principle

I am pleased to announce the release of my first book, The Second Peter Principle: Keys to Becoming an Effective Christian.  The book is based on 2 Peter 1:3-10 and is an engaging yet instructive word for Christians who want to discover how to apply the Bible to everyday life.  I focus on God's prescription … Continue reading Book Release: The Second Peter Principle

The 2nd Peter Principle – Book Intro

The following is the introduction to my soon-to-be- completed book, "The 2nd Peter Principle".  I'm interested in feedback: I’ve been a Christian for over 20 years now.  I wish I could say that I’ve been a good Christian for all this time, but the best I can say is that I’ve been an intentional Christian.  … Continue reading The 2nd Peter Principle – Book Intro

Christmas Cheer!

While perusing Facebook this morning I ran across pictures of various children gleefully playing with their Christmas presents.  There were also pictures of Christmas trees almost suffocating from the mounds of festively-wrapped gifts underneath.  And there were dozens of comments from family and friends and acquaintances wishing me and mine a “Very Merry Christmas!”.  Some … Continue reading Christmas Cheer!