AS I WORK MY WAY through paraphrasing Proverbs, I’m sometimes startled by how appropriate some of them are for politics today. Ditto for some of the others that deal with
QUICK NOTE. At 7 this evening, Central Time, I’m premiering a short video that’s unlike any I’ve done before. Odd thoughts about writing, family, and a virus. It’s more personal.
I’M NOT A KID SPANKER. It didn’t take me long as a parent to realize spanking was more about me expressing anger than about me disciplining my kids. Well, here
PROVERBS IS FULL OF SURPRISES. There’s stuff in there you don’t want the kids to read just yet. And there’s stuff in there you might wish someone would read out
I’VE BEEN EXPERIMENTING with video and audio files of selected chapters in the Casual English Bible being read aloud.
A DEAR FRIEND OF MINE left me crying yesterday. Not on purpose. And not a bawling cry. Just a wiping tears away so I could keep watching the video. There
WELL, THIS IS A TURNING POINT. I’m still working bugs out of the Casual English Bible New Testament, but I’ve taken the plunge into Proverbs. I’ve been a plow horse
HERE’S THE DEAL. Watch at least three of the Easter season videos I’ve created, pick a favorite or the least-bad one, and get a free book. As a bonus, I’ll
THIS IS WHAT A BLOG ARTICLE LOOKS LIKE when the writer doesn’t know where he’s going, beyond saying that he is afraid. I have four grandchildren ages four and under.
I HAD TO ERASE FROM MY HEAD the picture I had of Jesus nailed to a cross. That’s after spending a year researching my book, Eyewitness to Crucifixion. Four Gospel