Friday, May 30, 2008

Mobile Round Table

Hello, everyone. Today is a cool day for a podcast, and I am proud to give you this new show. We had so much fun doing this one, and I trust that you will enjoy it a great deal. Your feedback is welcome. By the way, if you hear my Skype talking in the background, as when somebody comes online or goes offline, think nothing of it. That is purposeful, and I really want to leave that as is. Thanks so much for listening, and we will see you on the next podcast!

Monday, May 26, 2008

Standing up for the Gospel.

It has been a very long time since my last post, and firstly, I want to wish all in the U.S. a very Happy Memorial Day.

Why do some people assume that you have to be an idiot to stand up for Jesus Christ? After all He endured for us, and after all the injustices that were done to Him, don't we at least owe Him that much? Good heavens. Are we idiots, or are we just plain stupid?

Some think that you would have to be off your rocker to be a devoted and devout Christian. It is assumed that you have absolutely no intelligence if you stand up for the Gospel. You have to be an atheist to be intelligent, apparently. At least, this is the prevailing view in the United States. I hate that! I'll stand up for Christ, no matter what the circumstances! I guess I'll be kicked out of certain communities, removed from discussions, deleted from Twitter, taken off SKype contact lists, but that's perfectly fine with me. As the Doobie Brothers said so well, "Jesus, He's my friend!!! He's just alright with me" Sorry for the rant folks, but there are plenty of intelligent people who believe firmly on the solid rock of Christ and all that He did and will do!!! There, I'm off my soap box for a while. GOod day to you all!!!

Monday, May 12, 2008

Haven't posted for some time.

Hey, bloggers. Life is good here in Vestavia Hills. I've been on Twitter, doing what we do on there, and it is so much fun. Tonight, Abby and I had date night. We went to IHOP, and we had a great breakfast in the evening. Cool. I'll do some more blogging, later. Keep your eyes on this blog, or your ears if you're blind.

Saturday, May 3, 2008


You know, I just realized something. My last message had a link that didn't work. I wanted you all to check out our church. They have a pretty cool web site, and you'll enjoy visiting it.

Saturday, very boring.

Well, good afternoon. It is me, yet again! Yes, it is very boring around this place, and I am trying to figure out what in the name of Charles Dickens am I going to get myself into around this joint. Twitter is slow, Abby's not home yet, and I'm just ... well, ... bored! That's all I can say. Tomorrow morning at church, we will take the Lord's Supper, and that will be awesome. Also, I have to read the opening Scripture, and it will be from 1 John. I also must teach the youth in Sunday School, and we will be talking about Christ as the Perfect Sacrifice. Hebrews is a hard book to teach from, but it is also very rewarding. It explains to the Jews how the New Covenant of Christ is far better than the Mosaic Covenant and all Covenants up to that point. I am enjoying Mike Gaydosh's teaching, and Dr. Steve Cowan's teaching. We really do have a great church. Good stuff. I'm gonna go for now. Baby will be home around seven or eight, and I can't wait for her to get back here. I know she's having a ton of fun, but I miss her. I've made it pretty well, though; and I've even managed to get some good sleep. I'm actually proud of myself. Later.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Early morning post.

Good morning. It is very early indeed, and I am about to take a sleeping aid and go to bed. Abby and Caty will be leaving in a few hours. I hope I can wake up enough to tell her bye, Abby, that is. I'll miss her while she's gone. She'll be back on Saturday. I guess it's so hard because, in our four years of marriage, we've maybe spent two nights apart. It's sad when she leaves, as it reminds us both of the days when she used to leave so long ago, when we were courting. Goodness. At 34, you'd think I shouldn't feel that way; too sentimental or something. Not me. Anyway, it will be fine. I'm going to play Mac, sleep, eat, and have fun. YOu never know what I'll get into. However, all my thoughts will always be on Saturday night, when I will hear that key turn in the lock. She'll be home. I will miss you, Baby, and I love you! Good night, everybody. This blogger is going to try and rest.