Dr. Jay Adams, well known pastor, author and Biblical counselor, has created the Institute for Nouthetic Studies a Biblical counseling training center. What’s unique about this endeavor is the fact that all the training will be available by distance learning on video tape. Fees are very reasonable for the 200 hours of training they plan […]
Carolyn and the children decorated the tree last night. I always over do it on tree size. The tree always looks much smaller outside. This year the children and I drove to get the tree and I was set on going small. We did pretty good this year. At least I didn’t have to cram […]
Good article on “the real reason the state opposes homeschooling.”
David Heddle has a couple of very good pieces on evangelism and God’s sovereignty.
So I’m checking out Joshua Claybourn’s site who recomends I go check out The Agitator who got this link to the Social Security administration’s list of top baby names for 2001 from the Beltway blogger and I discover two of my boys are on the list. They weren’t born in 2001 but that’s beside the […]
It’s been a while since I’ve been here to share my thoughts. Let’s just say I’ve been busy enjoying life, family and ministry–and getting over a cold that turned all kinds of ugly. Bear with me while I share a bit of what I’ve found interesting today… Here are a couple thoughts from Doc Searls […]
It’s a beautiful day for a special girl’s birthday today. The ground here in Michigan has a gentle covering of snow and it is showing the earliest signs of winter. Kristi is my favorite daughter. She’s also my only daughter. Kristi always has a sunny smile and always has a way of getting a smile […]
As great as the Ohio State victory over Michigan was, this is a disgrace.