Dealing With Pain

It was really quite ferocious. Last week I experienced some pretty serious pain. When it began I had no idea what it was. All I knew was that the pain in the left side of my back, coming around to my stomach was intense. I was having our “morning meeting” with my family when it … Continue reading Dealing With Pain

Long Distance Vision

I have very bad eyesight and have needed glasses or contacts since my middle school days. As the years have progressed, as is the case with most people, my up close "reading vision" has also digressed, and I have needed the assistance of reading glasses to supplement my contacts. About a year ago I thought … Continue reading Long Distance Vision

Self-Control and God’s Three Institutions

My wife and I had the privilege to teach the teen class in our Vacation Bible School this summer. The theme of the VBS was God as Creator, Designer, Redeemer (through God the Son), and Empowerer (through God the Holy Spirit.) It was a blessing to teach these young people, and to think of the … Continue reading Self-Control and God’s Three Institutions

Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)

Much can be gleaned from watching some of these old movies made in days long passed. In a day when the present "pop" culture flaunts its self-destructive, all-consuming, fifteen-minutes-of-fame practices, with seemingly little concern for what will be passed on to future generations, it is striking to take a peek back just 75 to 100 … Continue reading Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)

What Ought Adam to Have Done?

Adam was in a dilemma. We know the story. There’s a dragon, his bride has disobeyed and is under a death-curse, and Adam is presented with a choice. But it’s an impossible choice. Obey God and refuse the fruit, or disobey and partake. We know that in principle, Adam ought to have obeyed God. But what would … Continue reading What Ought Adam to Have Done?

Parable of the Seed

Once there was a little seed. It was a beautiful seed, black and shiny, and it thought of itself very highly. It wanted to be set in a prominent place where it could be admired by all who passed by. It took great care for its image and comfort at all times, and despised the … Continue reading Parable of the Seed

“Snapshot” Short Film by Ethan

For Mother's Day weekend I wanted to share this special short film. Our son Ethan just completed his sophomore year at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. Below is a short film he created as his Sophomore Platform for the cinema program. You can check out his YouTube channel to see some of his other … Continue reading “Snapshot” Short Film by Ethan

Searching for Bobby Fischer, 1993 (Movie Review)

We have never been much of a "movie family." But recently we’ve decided to make family movie nights a priority, and go in search of quality movies that will be enriching and enjoyable to watch. It’s been great so far! We hope it will help others find good content as well. Searching for Bobby Fischer … Continue reading Searching for Bobby Fischer, 1993 (Movie Review)

Wild Claims and Fascinating Finds

The following article is from our Truth in Time ministry. You are welcome to visit the Truth in Time website to learn more. You can also see all of my articles and videos on biblical chronology where we are exploring Dr. Aardsma’s theory of the “missing millennium” in biblical history. Over the last couple of months I have published … Continue reading Wild Claims and Fascinating Finds

On the Right Road, The Route of the Exodus and Red Sea Crossing

The following article / video is from our Truth in Time ministry. You are welcome to visit our Truth in Time website to learn more. You can also see all of my articles and videos on biblical chronology where we are exploring Dr. Aardsma's theory of the "missing millennium" in biblical history. While sitting … Continue reading On the Right Road, The Route of the Exodus and Red Sea Crossing