Monthly Archives: December 2010

Oh, How I Love Your Law! Or Do I?

I was pulling off the interstate the other day and I saw a policeman on the bridge. He was clocking people. Just waiting for the wayward speeder. On the inside, I was cheering for him to get someone. Why? Because I hadn’t been speeding that day. I have this secret fascination with the police. I would love to ride around… Read more »

Our Myth Of Christmas

If I was still pastoring, my church would have to hear my yearly rant on Christmas and what we’ve made it into. I’m not a fan of this time of year. For a lot of reasons. But I like it for one reason. But I’ll get there. I just got back from Wal-Mart so I’m a little more cynical than… Read more »

The Universalists And Brad

I’m about to head out to hear my preacher, Brad, preach at the local Unitarian Universalist Church. I asked him, “How in the world did that happen?” He said, “Every year they ask people from different faiths to come and preach. The usual Baptist couldn’t make it so they asked me.” I said, “Do they have any idea what they’re… Read more »

A New Home & Direction

It’s been a while since I wrote. A few things have happened and I’ll catch you up on two of them. God is working. Cynthia and I joined Hope Hills and it was a moving time for us. But a few days before we joined, I felt the need to contact my home church in Pella, Virginia that had ordained… Read more »

A New Home & Direction

It’s been a while since I wrote. A few things have happened and I’ll catch you up on two of them. God is working. Cynthia and I joined Hope Hills and it was a moving time for us. But a few days before we joined, I felt the need to contact my home church in Pella, Virginia that had ordained… Read more »