Bookish on: Since We Fell

How many time do you read a book and think? Has this been made into a film? It has occurred to me a few times and This one, Since We Fell by Dennis Lehane, seems destined for the big screen. I have never read a Lehane novel nor do I read a lot of the […]

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Reminders

I am constantly reminded of my need for reminders. Is it picture day at my daughters school? There are field trips, events and concerts she is performing in… The list is long. My wife keeps a dry erase calendar to track them each month. However the beginning of each month we are slow to update […]

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Review: Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear

“Love them as yourself, for you yourselves were foreigners in Egypt.” Leviticus 19:34 The quote above is the opening page of this book. The title grabbed my attention. The image on the cover did as well. The author, theologian and ethicist Matthew Kaemingk, takes us with him on a deep dive. A historical look back at […]

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Looking Over My Shoulder

Most every day my daughter has homework. The life of a six grader is complicated. On our drive home from school we have nearly the same conversation. I drop her home before heading back to work. I ask her to take our dog Lola for a walk and to do her homework before she does […]

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Thank You for Your Service

Today is Veterans Day. A day that we, The United States of America, have set apart to honor those who have served our country. We do so in many ways. In the past decades we would see small town parades with bands and Veterans groups marching along Main Street lined with banners along with Families. […]

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I Like it: A few Things I’ve Stumbled Across

As I trip through life, I have managed to stumble across… things, that I like. I have no other way to express it, my vocabulary is lacking. So, be it books, movies, podcasts, random items… stuff, I share with you some things that have managed to stick to me. Not everything does. There are paraphernalia […]

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Just What I Needed

The Walk to Emmaus was just what I needed. I just didn’t know it.

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