I don’t usually link to another person’s blog here on my own, but this time I am going to make an exception.
The blog story I link to, at the bottom of this post, really amazed me. It made me think of some things that I truly had not considered when it came to food and the less fortunate members of our society. Continue reading
With all that has been happening in the news with regards to the ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION from Central America into the United States, I just had to rant a bit. So here goes…
As most of you know, Ranae and I lived in Guatemala and served as full time missionaries. You can view our website for more details at http://www.2forChrist.com.
We still financially support various missionaries there and I am in contact with most of them on a regular basis.
First, I keep hearing countless news stories and everyone, calling the various radio talk shows, is saying “it impossible for any person to walk from Guatemala to the USA.”
Heck, I have had outright arguments and shouting matches with ignorant people who claim it is impossible to even drive from the USA to Guatemala or vice-versa.
Today has been a day full of thought and reflection on my life.
I started the day sore and stiff from my recent minor back injury. But I had to put that aside and got to work on making some sort of a dent in all that has to be done around this place today. Continue reading
Yesterday was Holy Thursday…. the night of the Last Supper as Jesus turned the bread and wine into his very own flesh and thereby instituted the Blessed Sacrament of Holy Communion. Continue reading
CAT NAMES! OH WHAT A DILEMMA! For those who don’t know us very well, let me tell you about our darn cats.
I resisted getting any cats for over a decade, but then Ranae finally beat me down enough and I gave in. Then a friend told us about two little kittens that needed a home, when we lived in Missouri. We adopted them as soon as they were weened. Continue reading
Today is a very special day… it’s my wife Ranae’s birthday. I am blessed beyond words to have shared the last 25% of her life with her. Continue reading
This Christmas, while a happy season, it is also a sad season for me as I miss my son. So son, if you are reading this, I found this poem and it immediately made me think of you and how much I love and miss you. Continue reading
Lately, I have been receiving a lot of private emails from people who have been reading my blog recently. While I love email, please take just a moment and register to be an active member of my blog (this site). When you register, you will automatically get an email whenever I post a new blog, etc. You also have the ability to post comments on any of my blog postings, if you register. Continue reading
Maybe I’m just too simple to understand the “tolerance” community and all the rabid Political Correctness nut-jobs, but there is no disputing the fact that America was founded by people fleeing to this land to worship God as they understood Him from the Bible. Continue reading
I always have such a hard time with the Christmas season. I have some sort of “missing” that I feel each year at this time. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but for most of my life, I actually became quite sad at Christmas time. Continue reading