I like to take advantage of a situation.
For instance, if I find out someone doesn’t have a church home or is looking for one, I invite them to CrossRoads.
Jonah was sitting on an opportunity to disciple an entire city. Continue reading
The owner of the motel is of a far-Eastern religion; Hindu or Buddhist, I’m not sure which.
Needless to say, he is a vegetarian and the breakfast menu reflects that.
One of the workers at the motel told me that it took quite a step for him to add eggs to the menu, but what I need is bacon, sausage, or ham; some other type of protein. Continue reading
When Linda and I go geocaching, we often run into a mental obstacle.
We have information about the cache including the logs from the last several people that found it.
Sometimes it isn’t found and that is also logged.
It’s a bit disheartening to drive up and have her say, “Oh, no! The last four people didn’t find it!” Continue reading
And in the process of time it came to pass that Cain brought an offering of the fruit of the ground to the LORD. Abel also brought of the firstborn of his flock and of their fat. And the LORD respected Abel and his offering, but He did not respect Cain and his offering. And Cain was very angry, Continue reading
I set out a series of geocaches for the Boy Scouts of Troup 518, though anyone can hunt and find them.
On the last one I made a puzzle cache that associated with the Scout Law. Continue reading
The Gideon’s annual Pastor’s Appreciation was Saturday night and Linda and I made our pilgrimage!
We always enjoy the banquet; the food, seeing our pastoral friends, and hearing the testimonies of the work of the Gideons.
Listening to the testimonies always encourages me. Continue reading
I watched as a young man drove up outside the building.
Inside his arrival was noticed by another young man that announced it to everyone.
One young lady looked up and asked, “What?” and then her gaze turned towards the windows. Continue reading