The Virus, the Governor, and Worship

April 30, 2020

Pity my wife. She has to hear my rants. And she has heard a lot of them as of late. In fact, she probably could ghost write this blog. No argument that the virus is real, nasty, and dangerous. But it is not equally dangerous to all. Nevertheless, our governor has shut our state down; […]

COVID 19 ~ Letter to Church Regarding the Next Several Lord’s Days

March 19, 2020

March 19, 2020 Church Family, Your elders and deacons met last evening to discuss our plan regarding COVID-19. Sadly, we will not be assembling at the church building. Though your leadership will be making decisions on a week-to-week basis, it appears we won’t have any large group gatherings for the next several weeks. This means […]

Weary and Tired

March 30, 2017

I get weary. It’s not predictable. It’s not seasonal. It’s not even brought on by the same stuff. It just seems to happen from time to time. Sometimes it’s from dealing with my own sin; sometimes it’s from dealing with someone else’s. There are times it’s financially related. The service engine light in the car […]


A Tribute to a Friend

April 20, 2016

According to the world’s math, he was average. Academically and athletically he was right in the middle of the bell curve. Professionally, as a teacher and coach, he took home an average paycheck. He chose to live, work, and worship within a mile of the school he graduated from. He had a wife, two kids […]


God or Caesar?

March 31, 2016

Most of us haven’t had to choose between God and Caesar—at least not yet. Times are changing like the seasons, however. Secularism is on the march. If religious freedom was an apple, government has been taking quite a few bites from it lately. Case in point, Georgia. The state legislature passed a bill this week […]

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