Monthly Archives: October 2009

Lighting Your Own Way

The temptation to find my own way has always been and remains a challenge in my spiritual journey. I was reminded this past week of Isaiah’s words regarding lighting our own path. Let him who walks in the dark, who … Continue reading

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Thinking about Thinking

In my previous post entitled “Thinking About God”, I cited A. W. Tozer’s statement: “The most important thing about us is what comes into our mind when we think about God”. I am convinced of the validity of Tozer’s statement … Continue reading

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Lost in a Digital Wilderness

I am in considerable anguish as I languish in a digital wilderness. We are in Venice Florida and we do not have internet where we are staying. No so bad except my cell phone died yesterday. I have to go … Continue reading

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National Shrimp Festival

The weekend of our arrival in Gulf Shores the National Shrimp Festival was in full swing. It is a big deal for the area. Food and music are headliners for the event. Here is a slide show of our visit … Continue reading

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Finding My Place

This excerpt from iMonk’s blog grabbed me: A healthy Christian person must find a place where they can be themselves, and that place won’t be identical to our definition of “success.” Even if we succeed, the experiences that bring make … Continue reading

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Is God really enough?

In a recent sermon, Pastor Steve Elliott shared this quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer: “I have discovered that having God is enough.” Steve went on to say, in part:. “If you find your meaning in work, family, et al, when it … Continue reading

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It’s a Birthday

Happy 37th birthday to Tanya. Check out the then and now.


A Very Special Day

Yesterday grandson Tyler’s was baptized. I very proud of him. He has always said that he wants to be a Christian rock star. He has made a most important step toward fulfilling his ambition.

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