Posted in February 2010

Change Your Wife by Faith: Spend Time with Her

This is a short series of posts commenting on the booklet: Change Your Wife by Faith written by James MacDonald of Harvest Bible Chapel & Walk in the Word ministries. It is an examination of 1 Peter 3:7, written to husbands: Likewise, you husbands, dwell with them with understanding, giving honor to the wife as … Continue reading

Come aside & rest a while

Took a quick walk with my bride, Angie, tonight. I say quick because it was snowing and cold. We walked exactly a mile and in that distance, I found an old couch just begging for a weary traveler to rest a bit. I obliged. I did not linger due to the snow melting ‘neath me, … Continue reading

The Bible and the Pain of Infertility – CCEF

I read this article in the Journal of Biblical Counseling, Winter 2005 (Volume 23:1). I was impressed with it then, and wholeheartedly recommend you take the time to read it now. Have you had your appendix removed? Did you go through counseling to work through your issues about losing that body part? Have you counseled … Continue reading

3.04 miles an hour

Tonight I averaged 3.04 mph on my evening walk. I walked a total of 3.8 miles in just under 1 hour and 15 minutes. Here’s my route tonight: I was hoping for some picture opportunities – but really didn’t find any. I need to develop a photog’s eye I guess. Here are the pics from … Continue reading

Thoughts on A New Kind of Christianity

Brian McLaren, is a recognized leader in the ‘emergent’ church movement. A book entitled, A New Kind of Christianity, which he has written, has made quite the splash in the evangelical blogosphere. Here is the Publisher’s description: A New Kind of Christian’s conversation between a pastor and his daughter’s high school science teacher reveals that … Continue reading

Thoughts on Growing Older

Today is my birthday. I’m 42 years old. I’ve started to grow comfortable to the whole “over 40″ thing; and seeing how I can’t do anything about it, I might as well enjoy it! I was gently rebuked by some members of my Young Married Sunday School class to be excited that God had given … Continue reading