These are some thoughts I had regarding Christmas as published in the Litchfield Independent Review. I heard the bells and was filled with hope. Thanks for reading! Continue reading I heard the Bells and Was Filled With Hope
Silence is golden, unless silence comes from the doldrums. I have been virtually silent for several months. Facebook, relatively quiet. Twitter, very little to say. Becoming a Follower, I stopped moving but…God didn’t stop leading. The past few months of my life have been filled with all kinds of cruddy stuff. I stopped taking care … Continue reading Finding Fresh Water
As a follower, my feelings can’t be the guide I rely upon. As a follower I must look to my teacher and find what He teaches is the response. I must accept that my creator, teacher and King of eternity has the answer. Continue reading Devastation, Hatred, Enemies and Love
My comments are aimed towards those who make the claim to be Christian followers of Jesus. If you are in that “camp,” I’m not questioning your claim to do that. I accept your claim and point you to the One that we are to be following. Continue reading A Follower Struggling With His Take On The Caitlyn Jenner Topic
When kids (and adults for that matter) are compelled by a “parlor trick” exalting the idea of demonic influence we should be outraged! Continue reading Charlie Charlie Challenge and what it indicates about the church.
It’s been quiet on “Becoming a Follower.” Let me give you an explanation. Over the past few months I’ve been following and straying in silence. Silence, at least my “blogging voice” has been silent. Not silent in my conversation with others who are following also. I meet with other brothers that are following Jesus and … Continue reading Following in Silence
Originally posted on The Pondering Preacher:
We thought we were beyond this. We were supposed to be more civilized; more enlightened. Race riots were supposed to be one of history’s artifacts, tucked away in the attic of time right between steam engines and leisure suits. We thought we had buried the past. We were wrong.… Continue reading The Dark and Light of Ferguson