I was in Proverbs today and thinking of men I know who are looking for work and the difference it has made to have a friend that they can confide in and trust in the sometimes difficult process of finding the next job. And then I thought of a book published a number of years ago … More The Friendless American Male
Friday is for Thinking Yesterday, I read a quote from THE REFORMED PARISHIONER that showed the genius and insight of C.S. Lewis in a new way. The author was summing up an observation from Tim Keller’s book, The Prodigal God (highly recommended). C.S. Lewis’ quote is a reflection on the results of the loss of his … More C.S. Lewis on How Friendship Reveals Christ
Wednesday is for Prayer For the last two weeks the blogosphere has been saturated with a controversy concerning plagiarism among some of the most well known pastors in America. There have been accusations about a whole culture of ghost-writing, plagiarism and fraud authors among the “celebrity pastor class” of the nation. I’m not sure … More Choosing Truth Over Talent
Friday is for Heart Songs I’m in Philadelphia this weekend for my youngest cousin’s wedding. I have been dreaming of cheese steaks and soft pretzels for three weeks! (Had my first soft pretzel this morning complements of my brother who went out early and brought a bag of them home.) Even more, I am looking … More Soft Pretzel Dreams and Much More
Sunday Musings I was at it again Saturday, asking embarrassing questions of restaurant personnel while with a friend. JimmyJohns in Big Rapids, MI was the site this time and my somewhat shocked friend was the son of my pastor friend in Michigan who I am filling in for while he is away on a much … More What Will You Do with Today?
I ran across this when WordPress automatically linked it to one of my posts as having similar content. Must have been a tag that was similar. The author is a good writer. She is insightful and paints graphic pictures of the meaninglessness of much of what Americans fill their lives with. She is a cynic … More The World We Live In Needs Us to Befriend Them