Christmas Lessons on Repentance and Redemption from Three Villains

This December, for the first time ever, I read Charles Dickens’s book, A Christmas Carol (free on Kindle). Of course, I've heard the story, but my own eyes have never seen and experienced the rhythm with which Dickens wrote. It reminded me that as much as we try to avoid it, we all have small bits of Scrooge within us. Still, we must remember that God always stands at the window … [Read more...]

Marriage Lessons From 10 Fantastic Years of Marriage

On May 20th, 2000, my wife and I were married in Cheyenne, Wyoming. On that date, we had no idea what God had in store for us.  But God has blessed us tremendously.  Our friendship has strengthened, and we’ve added three wee ones to our humble family.  My wife is my best friend and the bonds or our friendship have only strengthened.  I cannot imagine life without my precious wife. 10 Marriage … [Read more...]

Blogging Tips and Tricks | Craig Ford’s Interview with Craig Ford

Since I’ve been reflecting on one year of blogging – today I wanted to share some of my reflections on the actual process of blogging.  This may be of some interest to my regular reader, but is mostly geared towards fellow bloggers. I feel a little embarrassed to do a post like this – acting like I have something to say on the topic of blogging.  I spend most of my time listening to the … [Read more...]