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Caleb in the Driver’s Seat 1

There once was a young man named Caleb who I promised I would write about one day…perhaps he reminds you of yourself, I know he does me. Most of us, as we neared our driving age, strongly desired to grab the keys, jump into the driver’s seat and zip away from the driveway into freedom! […]


Open My Eyes 1

Like millions of other readers, I like spending time in Spurgeon’s sermons. The abilities this Prince of Preachers displayed is a tribute to God’s incredible heart for His people. God gave gifts to His Bride and the insights offered through Spurgeon are a jewel. The New Fashion was a message I enjoyed this week. Spurgeon […]


Lay It Down

“Lay down your pride and your need to be right, let love for others be the war that you fight.” I woke up today singing this great song lyric written by a young lady named Grace Spencer. (http://spencerfamilymusic.com/) Lay it down implies a choice. Whether in a discussion of politics, religion, sports, or nearly any […]


Choosing to be Different in the Workplace

This article was first published on https://www.biblicalleadership.com/blogs/choosing-to-be-different-in-the-workplace/ In my early life, God allowed me to work in corporate America. As a young man, I was responsible for 32 tax offices for the biggest national firm in the country. These offices were both corporate and franchise. I was also 20 years younger than most of my […]


Throwing Rocks 1

I have a commentary on Isaiah that is basically useless except for an occasional quote such as this one: When someone has been wronged, it is easy for the awareness of that injustice to possess the whole being.  John Goldingay While Mr. Goldingay and I disagree on many issues regarding the prophet Isaiah’s writings, we […]