A1: "If Werewolves were real, what would happen to them if they ate that frosting Maggie put on that cake?" Me: "Um, nothing. Why?" A1: "I thought they were just meat eaters." * These were her first words of the day. Not, "Good morning, Papa", not "I'm hungry", just a question about the ability of werewolves to … Continue reading First Words of the Day
O God, we have heard with our ears, our fathers have told us, what deeds you performed in their days, in the days of old: Psalm 44:1 (ESV) We have a responsiblity to pass on to our children our faith. Our children will not know if we don't tell them. It is not primarily the pastor's, or … Continue reading Religious Responsibility of Parents
Verizon replaced my broken Storm 2. I downloaded and installed Google Sync. For some reason only my Personal calendar events are syncing. Here is what Google's support page says: "By default Google Sync will only download events for your main Calendar. If you would like to synchronize additional calendars you can select them on the … Continue reading Google & Blackberry Storm 2
Priscilla and Aquila were tent makers. They were not seminary graduates or even students. They had been taught by Paul, but so had a great many other people. Yet God chose to use them to mentor a well educated, well spoken Alexandrian named Apollos.
"Where there are no oxen, the manger is clean, but abundant crops come by the strength of the ox." Proverbs 14:4 (ESV) My house is not very clean. If anyone were to judge my wife or myself as parents based upon the cleanliness of our house then I'm afraid we'd fail. With four children (and another … Continue reading Are You Willing to Get Messy
Today I got a haircut. This is a big deal. I went to a barber. Not a hair stylist...a barber. I haven't been to a barber since my last visit to see my grandparents. It's hard to find barbers anymore, but I love going to an old fashioned barber and getting a haircut. This gentleman … Continue reading Haircut
Yesterday I received my new Kindle. I've begun the process of putting my books back on it. What makes it more difficult than usual is the amount of non-Amazon books I had on my Kindle. I have literally thousands of eBooks of various formats from before the Kindle days. Fortunately there are little applications like … Continue reading Good Tech Bad Tech