Unsettled

A question was asked today on Anne Jackson’s blog…would you die for someone’s freedom?  My answer to this question is, I believe, the root of my unsettledness.   I remember being seven years old, sitting on the olive green wool rug in my room when I first had a dream of being a missionary.  I’veContinue reading “Unsettled”

We’re definitely not at war…whatever

If I hear one more bleeding heart liberal complain about the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, I’m going to blow my lid.  I pity the fool who says anything in my presence.  I am ticked off. Has anyone heard about the South Korean hostages, Christian aid workers, you know…helping the people of Afghanistan get much neededContinue reading “We’re definitely not at war…whatever”

Monday thought download

It looks like I’m gonna be taking classes this fall.  For real.  For seminary.  Liberty University DLP MDiv.  Lotsa letters.  I honestly have no idea how this is going to work.  It looks like, starting in September (you know, when classes get into full swing…) I’ll be working just about every Saturday.  So I guessContinue reading “Monday thought download”

Ice, perspective and seminary

Looking out the window, the world looks so beautiful.  Everything is so shiny…the light reflecting off of the trees would make a breathtaking photo. But, the reality of it is that when you step outside the door, NJ is a sheet of ice right now.  Taking to the roads (and sidewalks) is very dangerous.  AddContinue reading “Ice, perspective and seminary”

Lessons learned in a pediatricians’ office

My niece is sick, so Denette and I took her to the doctor’s office.  Her original appointment was for 9PM, but we were called and asked to come in an hour early.  So, we went in at 8, and were not seen until after 9PM.  You see…my sister is habitually tardy.  After we were waitingContinue reading “Lessons learned in a pediatricians’ office”