Top 10 Albums – Album 7

I’m dispensing with the lengthy explanation from the previous 5 posts. By now, it is clear that I’m revealing 10 albums in as many days that I would take with me to a deserted island. I’m bringing albums that evoke memories from different times of my life, so the order of the reveal is chronological…

Top 10 Albums – Album 6

I’m dispensing with the lengthy explanation from the previous 5 posts. By now, it is clear that I’m revealing 10 albums in as many days that I would take with me to a deserted island. I’m bringing albums that evoke memories from different times of my life, so the order of the reveal is chronological…

Top 10 Albums – Album 5

I was tagged by an old friend of mine, Charles Rosenberg, with whom I share a love of music, to share my top 10 albums. Yes, album music, not the streaming of random music from a particular genre as is common today. He has known for a long time that I’m hesitant to make a…

Top 10 Albums – Album 4

I was tagged by an old friend of mine, Charles Rosenberg, with whom I share a love of music, to share my top 10 albums. Yes, album music, not the streaming of random music from a particular genre as is common today. He has known for a long time that I’m hesitant to make a…

Top 10 Albums – Album 3

I was tagged by an old friend of mine, Charles Rosenberg, with whom I share a love of music, to share my top 10 albums. Yes, album music, not the streaming of random music from a particular genre as is common today. He has known for a long time that I’m hesitant to make a…

Top 10 Albums – Album 2

I was tagged by an old friend of mine, Charles Rosenberg, with whom I share a love of music, to share my top 10 albums. Yes, album music, not the streaming of random music from a particular genre as is common today. He has known for a long time that I’m hesitant to make a…

Top 10 Albums – Album 1

I was tagged by an old friend of mine, Charles Rosenberg, with whom I share a love of music, to share my top 10 albums. Yes, album music, not the streaming of random music from a particular genre as is common today. He has known for a long time that I’m hesitant to make a…

Safety net

I’m a week out, now, from my last trip to Nashville for a CT scan, meeting with oncologist, and treatment. I hope anyone wondering has assumed “no news is good news,” and you’d be right. For those who are mostly interested in my physical health, there are no signs of disease in vital organs and…

Doubting Thomas

What exactly did Thomas learn by sticking his fingers in the wounds in Jesus’ side? Was it just flesh, confirming that the person in front of him was a real person? Or was it something more? Scripture records his response as, “My Lord and my God!” [John 20:28], but what, exactly, did he mean? Did…

Kite

It began as a simple sit-down in the office of my neighbor at work. I was feeling a little anxious, and so he offered me a chair. I didn’t have anything specific on my mind, at least nothing I was aware of, and we just chatted. Looking around his office, I noted the many personal…

Suffering, Manna and the Presence of God

Greetings friends and family. I know I haven’t posted much lately. I will again soon. What follows is the account of our cancer journey from the perspective of my wife, Kim. She was asked to give her testimony at a women’s retreat on March 16, 2018.  Reading this blows me away, honestly.  I wanted to…

Jules Show Fun

And you may ask yourself Am I right? Am I wrong? And you may say to yourself, “My God! What have I done?” Sometimes you start something and then it doesn’t stop. Maybe you can’t or don’t want to. Or both. I never thought I’d open up so much about my life as much as…