God Is Always Good

My Cubbies lost the first game in the NLCS (National League Championship Series) to the Dodgers 2-5 last night. I thought about skipping church, but then I read Jesus Calling, and God's presence is magnified around other believers. I don't need to skip church. I'm not binding that on you if you aren't "into" organized … Continue reading God Is Always Good


Journal Entry: Church

I used to date my journal entries when I kept an ink and paper journal, but as I'm inspired by All Things Steph I'm going to start titling posts with random bits of drivel Journal Entry. Thank you Steph. I'm not at all saying Steph's blog is "random bits of drivel" because it seems quite … Continue reading Journal Entry: Church

His Will For Mankind

Thank you Joe Beam for writing Seeing The Unseen. It gives me hope in light of the evil I face. Language is important when battling evil. The reason the Bible is living and active is because it's message is continually creating language such that is found in books like Seeing The Unseen. I'm not saying … Continue reading His Will For Mankind


It's amazing how we give away our power. Once again, shame rears its ugly head, and we let past fail control future success. I was somewhat successful last night at a football game in jettisoning past fails. Now when someone wrongs me I have a mantra, good or bad, I live by. Fool me once … Continue reading Shame

Bonnie Rose

This amazing woman is no longer with us, and it saddens me beyond words. Her Malcolm and Malcolm III are hurting deeply because now they have to go to Wilson Boulevard without her. I think what I loved most about her was her tireless desire to make the gospel attractive. Her talent for art at … Continue reading Bonnie Rose


  Crafting something from nothing has always intrigued me. The book Free Play was introduced to me a few years ago, and even though it's premise is improv the principles can be applied outside of acting. I've found a new place in the house to read and write. It's our music room. It's where my … Continue reading Improv