Category: Daily Living

  • Koinonia and the Lone Ranger

    Koinonia and the Lone Ranger

    Hi-ho, Silver, Away! “When the West was young and danger lay at the end of every trail, the Lone Ranger  and his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, brought law and order to the length and breadth of the early Western states.” For many years, I have accepting the idea that it is at least possible to […]

  • 6 Really Bad Reasons to Have (More) Kids

    6 Really Bad Reasons to Have (More) Kids

    Have someone to fetch beverages from the fridge. The reality is that no one under the age of five can carry a can of carbonated  refreshment without shaking it. Getting from the living room to the kitchen and back almost certainly involves running twice around “the loop”, hopscotch across the kitchen tiles, lifting the can […]

  • Writing on the Door Post

    Writing on the Door Post

    Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Write them on […]

  • Sing a New Song – Really Loud!

    I was stumbling some blogs (ouch! I seem to have a bad buzz word infection!) and ran across this this of 12 Ways to turn a bad day into a better one. There is some good advice near, but the one I focused in one was: 3. Sing in your car. And sing as loud […]

  • Get Out of Jail Free Card

    Get Out of Jail Free Card

    The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender. – Proverbs 22:7 My wife and I are big Dave Ramsey fans. If you not familiar with his top-rated, 3 hour-a-day radio program, his 3 NY-Times best selling books on personal finance, his Fox Business Network TV show, or his down-to-earth, […]