The Light on the Hills


I’ve been reading some old stories in preparation for sharing some on Fridays over at Story Warren and I came across this little gem from Mrs. W. K. Clifford. It’s from her collection, Very Short Stories, written around the turn of the last century. While it’s probably too didactic for children to enjoy and has […]

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My Beautiful Wife


My lovely wife, Gina, is tackling a new project over at her blog. Actually, it’s an old one, but she’s sharing it in little glimpses this year. I wish I could adequately express how grateful I am for Gina. The word which most readily comes to mind when I think of her is “beautiful.” She […]

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Five Reasons My Family Absolutely Loves “Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs”


My post for this month is up at For the Family… And don’t miss Randall’s Live (Stage-It) concert online this Saturday morning! This would be a great opportunity to gather the kids and enjoy some wonderful music from the Bible. Our family has been profoundly blessed and wildly delighted by Randall Goodgame’s recent album, Sing […]

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Tell Them and Tell Them Again


Public speaking is hard, but it’s not as hard as parenting. Or rocket science. I mean, I’m not a brain surgeon, but it seems like it’s not rocket science that public speaking isn’t as hard as parenting. I haven’t done a lot of public speaking, but when I do, I make great success of forgetting […]

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Liturgical Fads? 5 Questions for Thomas McKenzie, Author of The Anglican Way


I am delighted to share this brief interview with my friend, Thomas McKenzie. Thomas is a Rabbit Room friend, a pastor, and an author. When Gina and I make our annual trek to Nashville, one of the highlights (among many highlights) is visiting Church of the Redeemer to worship with the saints there on Sunday. […]

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