Sunday, April 17, 2011

A Change on my Blog

Beginning in May I am going to be changing the schedule of blog postings. I will work on one posting a week and make it more concise and substantial. The post will continue to address a couple of questions that friends have suggested. The subjects consist of: Covenants in the Bible, Trusting Counsel and scripture, Universalism, and Conflict in the Church.

I am making this change so I can complete two writing projects that I have ignored for a while. I am going to complete the re-write on my piece, "A Mother's Heart Moved the Hand of God", and a fiction piece, "Liars Lepers and Losers, oops, People Like Us".

I am asking for some of you to pray for me as often as possible. My natural tendency is to procrastinate, an excuse for not dealing with the reality of either success or failure. Once the works are complete I want to make them available to the public, that in itself needs prayer.

The first work is non-fiction about the ravages of disease and poverty in Zambia and the miracle of an adoption in a land where the word was never heard. The story is touching and heart breaking, also it is about political correctness and compromise.

The second work in a fiction piece that centers around people Jesus met in seemingly insignificant circumstances. On the Day of Pentecost there were 120 followers of Jesus waiting on God. We know who 15-20 of these people were. But who do you think the rest of the followers were? I picked characters that had contact with Jesus, mostly minor, and built characters that were transformed by Jesus Christ.

A note: I would love to hear from any readers outside of the U.S.A. I am overjoyed that some of you far outside the US read my blog. Please send me a note using my e-mail noted above. I would love to know how the blog has had an influence.

Blessings to all.


  1. I look forward to reading these!! I plan to work on a couple of books this Summer as well, long overdue.
    May Jesus guide and bless the work of your hands.

  2. Ditto what Michael said - the last part - not the working on a couple of books. Oh! And the first part :-)