“Please pass the baby” was a phrase I was forced to utter rather frequently during a recent vacation that included my eight-month-old grandson, Nolan, and my mother. I’m not one to brag, but it goes without saying that my grandson is an incredibly gifted child. He can’t speak or walk yet, but there is no question… Read More»
After performing some of my comedy routines including my “solo trumpet duet” (you can look it up on YouTube) in one of my “Ed”ertainment engagements, a man laughingly asked, “How did you get this way?”
“Don’t jump,” the wise voice of sanity said in the back of my brain. It was quickly followed by my foolish voice of insanity which mockingly laughed and said, “You can do it. Jump!”
Help create a love for others and a heart for missions in the lives of your young grandchildren.
Years ago, when my oldest son, Matt, was in middle school, he was sent to his room one afternoon to ponder the errors of his ways.
Hello 2017! I can think of no better way to begin my letter to you than quoting these words from Isaiah 40:31, “But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.” So… Read More»
I’ve been listening to Christmas music since June. My favorite Christmas albums include the “Andy Williams Christmas Album,” Amy Grant’s “Home for Christmas,” and “Christmas” by Michael Bublé. I’ve also been enjoying the Christmas renditions from an a cappella group called Pentatonix. I’m always on the lookout for new renditions. here are exceptions, of course.… Read More»
“Mosquitoes, vermin, throw aways, rat kids, the dust of life.” These are just a few of the nicknames street children are given in various places in our world today.
The problem with this presidential election is… someone will win.
I was chatting with a long-time LOGOI Ministry partner the other day bringing her up to date on a few details. The more we talked, the bigger she smiled and the more excited she became.