10 Favorite Children’s Books of 2019

I read over 500 books last year from various genres. Many of these were children's picture books. I devoured them in droves during a bad depressive swing. I checked them out in stacks from the library and took them to bed where I curled up to read myself to sleep. There were so many lovely... Continue Reading →

10 Worst Reads of 2019

I read over 500 books last year from various genres including many children's picture books. With so many books consumed, it's impossible that all of them would be my cup of tea. This post is dedicated to my least favorite reads from 2019. #10: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Megan Mullally and Nick... Continue Reading →

10 Favorite Fiction Reads of 2019

I read over 500 books last year from various genres, many of them children's picture books. When I tried to cut them down to my top 10 reads for the year, it was basically impossible. So I've split them up into multiple posts. This post is dedicated to my favorite fiction reads of 2019. #10:... Continue Reading →

A Mighty Fortress

For the last three years, Milford Bible Church has put together a Renaissance Faire based on the events surrounding the Protestant Reformation. We call it the Reformation Celebration or, more affectionately, Ref Cel. The amount of work that goes into this production would be difficult to overstate. Many talented people pour themselves into various projects... Continue Reading →

Today, I Went to the Movies

Today, I went to the movies. I went alone. I bought my ticket online and had the lady at the ticket counter help me figure out how to retrieve it. I bought myself popcorn and a cherry coke. I sat alone through an intense 2-hour movie. I drove myself to the theater and back. I... Continue Reading →

Our Father…Why?

I used to question the way David approached God in the Psalms. He sounds almost accusatory. How long, O LORD? Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me? Psalm 13:1 Vindicate me, O LORD, for I have walked in my integrity and I have trusted in the LORD without... Continue Reading →

The Paradox of a Smile

I got a lot of interesting feedback from my last post. Mainly bewilderment. I blame myself. I use this blog as a way to flex my writing muscles, but if you ever read one of my novels or my recent poetry, you'd notice a difference in tone. For instance, my current work in progress contains... Continue Reading →

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