Amie: Papa. Hungry. Me: What do you want? Amie: Oh, watcha TV [exit stage left] Me: [making incomprehensible Tasmanian Devil sounds]
I am thankful for so many things: My parents who raised me according to the Word of God and who are still married. My sister whom God spared as an infant and maintained by His almighty hand during her early ears. My wife without whom my life would truly be incomplete. My children: Maggie, Abbie, … Continue reading Thankful
Even being sick, and not having expected to make a full Thanksgiving dinner (we had to cancel our trip to my parents due to family illness) Jenn still pulled together a fine feast. Turkey, Potatoes, Gravy, Stuffing, Homemade Bread, etc. She's a great wife & mother.
Dr. Ron Nash made the following statement in a lecture on Worldviews in Conflict as part of an apologetics course: Most Southern Baptist Colleges are liberal ... I am a Southern Baptist. But forty-eight or so of the fifty Southern Baptist Colleges in America are basically pagan institutions ... They don’t believe anything about the … Continue reading Liberalness of Southern Baptist Schools
Time management is probably one of my biggest challenges. There are many reasons for this, some bio-chemical, some historical and some environmental. I seem to always have more on my plate than I can accomplish in a reasonable time or even by a given due date. This causes me to stress as I work … Continue reading Time Management
We've had illness creeping through our family for the past few weeks. Yesterday I stayed home to take care of Jenn and two sick kids. Today John seems to have come down with the bug. Seems like the only time my kids are still enough for a good cuddle is when they're sick.
Friday when we got home Maggie couldn't wait to dash into the yard and play in our six inches of fresh power. Amie and John went out and joined her (Abbie's sick and couldn't go out). John loved playing in the snow. They made a huge snow ball I neglected to take a picture of … Continue reading Playing In a Winter Wonderland