Waiting stinks. We have to wait in traffic to get to and from work. We wait at restaurants to get lunch. We wait in line at the grocery store. We wait for our children to go to bed so we can get a few minutes of peace. We wait for college football to start, (at … Continue reading Waiting Stinks Like Old Milk.
Bacon, the morning's delight, It satisfies, my appetite. The wonderful foot product of pork, It doesn't even require a fork. It sizzles when it hits the pan, This morning candy of every man. It pops and cooks until it is done, Then ready to be eaten by every one. It's salty and crispy, colored red … Continue reading An Ode to Bacon
Last week my wife and I were talking about a tough time our family was going through. In a moment of brutal honesty, she stated, "Spiritually I'm a wiener." I totally understood what she meant. In my walk with the Lord I want to be a person who faithfully trusts God, who perseveres in trial, … Continue reading I’m Just a Wiener Christian
Churches these days are seeking diversity in their congregations. "We need to be more diverse," they say. Diversity is particularly sought among the racial makeup of the church. If a church has large numbers of African-Americans, Hispanics, and Caucasians mixed together, it is considered a diverse church. If a church is mostly filled with Caucasians, … Continue reading Worship Services Hurting part of the Body of Christ
When I was younger my understanding of the gospel was that it was for law breakers. God had given his laws, people had knowingly broken them, and God sent his Son to pay the penalty for law breakers on the cross. This is all accurate, but it is incomplete. Now that I'm older and wiser, … Continue reading Broken People Can’t Help but Break Things