More tomorrow


Literature, Out and about

Here’s the rest of what I have to say. It’s short.

I once said that what government does cannot heal your world. (You didn’t take much notice of it because that was the day I also said what you eat cannot heal your world.) I said, “Please consider the gospel you preach. There is no cure for human suffering except the one found in the person of Jesus and His final redemption.”

September 15, 2016

Dystopias compared


Literature

Have you ever wondered how much the world could change for the worse, and still exist?

I’ve been reading dark books of late. Some of them were meant to be dark, and some achieved it by accident.

September 14, 2016

Charlie Anderson


Literature

The other day, my daughter told me about a book she and Grandma heard during story time at the local library. She said it was called Charlie Anderson, a title I’d never run across before. My interest was piqued when she told me it was about a cat named Charlie, who leaves his people and […]

November 9, 2015

Giveaway results


Literature

I’m happy to announce that Renee Shafer is the winner of Silent Grief: Hope for Surviving Early Miscarriage! Thanks to all who entered! Those who didn’t win may purchase Silent Grief for $2.99 here on Kindle or here on PDF for $2.99. Kendra says it’s also coming soon in a printed form, so stay tuned for that; I’ll […]

April 27, 2015

April book recommendations


Literature

While we’re talking of books, here are a few I’ve fallen in love with recently. Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry Wendell Berry is one part farmer and one part poet. I love his writing—slow, earthen, and timeless. He writes about small town America, and the land, and love, and prayer, and what it means to be human. […]

April 22, 2015