Summer Blueberry Thoughts

Having just returned from vacationing near Lake Michigan, knowing my children will return to school tomorrow, and even seeing some leaves starting to turn because of the cool weather, I am reminded of how quickly the summer is ending.  Though not quite a paper on “What I did on My Summer Vacation,” here are a […]



Is Your Church Restful?

Recently, a reader submitted the following question: I have become increasingly uncomfortable with the amount of hustle and bustle of church business and committee work and clip boards flying around to sign up for this and that. Of course I too have approached people, clipboard in hand, on the Lord’s Day. Would one of you […]



Podcast: Satan’s Awful Idea

Recently our fellow blogger, Austin Brown, self-published a book entitled Satan’s Awful Idea with the subtitle A Biblical Theology of Satan’s Fall and Its Implication on the Unfolding Human Drama.  Combining his knowledge gleaned from years of listening to reformed podcasts on his mail route, his love of reading theological tomes, and his vivid imagination, in this work […]


Libations of Prayer

O loving Father,   When our hope begins to fade   And our strength fails, Again you send Your servants   To come alongside us,   Visible, tangible messengers of Your care.   In prayer we cling to ancient promises   With brokenhearted faith that cries,   Weeping yet once again over loss. Their tears fall […]



A Very Little Thing

From childhood, I remember that Timex watches used to have commercials featuring either “torture tests” or short documentaries on true circumstances where their watches endured extreme conditions but still functioned afterward.  From being strapped to the propeller of a boat motor to being strapped to the belly of a Sumo wrestler, you would see the watch survive then […]