For a copy of the lesson notes, request them on the comments and I will be happy to send them … Continue reading The Preacher as a Witness & Messenger
Winston Churchill is one of my favorite historian figures. Some would argue that he single handedly saved the free world … Continue reading You be the prod
Back in the day I had a jeweler in my church. In addition to having a traditional showroom where jewelry … Continue reading When Your Priorities Keep being Moved to the Back of the Line
Years ago I was challenged to “think with my pen”. (That shows how long ago it was; we seldom use … Continue reading Free from Guilt!
Lesson: Let the need drive the direction. Occasion: Saturday Briefing for Ministers Date: October 24, 2020 ___________________________________ The preacher runs … Continue reading Let the Need Drive the Direction
In my prayer journal I like to include little daily “kick-in-the-pants” motivational sayings to remind me to get up and … Continue reading I’m sitting this one out.
I remember a few summers ago going through a mini-rainy season. After about three days, I had had enough, I … Continue reading Watering the lawn in the rain
If a good day for you means you were in control and most everything worked out the way you planned … Continue reading Reasonably Controlled Chaos
The other day I was thinking about a weeklong event I conducted years ago at a church I pastored. … Continue reading Don’t worry, I got it.
My wife is an amazing woman. Last year, when her birthday came around, I asked her where she’d like me … Continue reading An attempted Dairy Queen repeat