Monthly Archives: July 2009

I Can Identify with President Obama

If not comforting, it is interesting that I have come to identify with President Obama in his efforts to single-handedly solve most of our country’s problems. Let me explain. In the mid-seventies I returned from an educational leave to a … Continue reading

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On this Day in 1962 …

It was 47 years ago today that I walked into the Ford Motor Company Nashville Glass Plant as a new employee. It was both exciting and scary. Getting to work at Ford was a blessing. The opportunity did not come … Continue reading

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Isaac Wisdom

I really enjoyed being with Isaac and Jenny Keene last week end. I miss his Christ-centered wisdom. The following is from a couple of blog posts three years ago. Isaac’s comment is more relevant to me than ever. Tuesday, August … Continue reading

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The Saga of Dilbert the Dove

A few evenings ago, Mark, our neighbor across the street was working on his van when a dove flew down and lit on the van. Despite efforts to shoo him away, the dove persisted in staying around. I was sitting … Continue reading

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Discourse with the World

In a world where people believe they are not hungry, we must not offer food but rather an aroma that helps them desire the food we cannot provide. Peter Rollins – How (Not) to Speak of God

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Headed Back to Normal

We spent the last week cooking at Spring Mill Bible Camp and visiting friends in St Louis. It has been a great time. Camp went well. Even the weather was exceptional. St Louis has been especially enjoyable. I didn’t realize … Continue reading

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It’s Happy Birhtday

Tomorrow Jerod Crockett will be 12 years old. He is a wonderful grandson who is now beating me at chess and aspires to be a better fisherman than I am. He has way to go on the fishing. Have great day.

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Looking Back

Recently I’ve been trying to recover some blog postings that I lost in a database crash. I have found some and thought I would re-post a few. Here is one from December 2006 The End of Apologetics Some time back, … Continue reading

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A Great Awakening

This is a special day for grandson KYLE. Today he is 13 years old. A teenager. It is hard to believe but time goes by quickly. Being a teenager is a great awakening. The whole world changes. Well actually, the … Continue reading

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