Monthly Archives: April 2009

Churchill’s Forebodings

I just finished a very leisurely stroll through Winston Churchill’s The Second World War. I was trying to find exactly what edition I was reading. Since it has an epilogue covering the years 1945 to 1957 I thought the above … Continue reading

Posted in Books | Leave a comment

The “Meth” Play

The Clarksville church, with Pastor Bob Alvarez did a great job on their “Meth” play last night here in Sparta. The “Sparta Community Choir” gave us permission to use their facilities located within the Cinema Complex of Sparta. The acting … Continue reading

Posted in Sparta Church | Leave a comment

Rome as Superpower

Here is an interesting article about a book review of How Rome Fell: Death of a Superpower by Adrian Goldsworthy. Reading the legacy and heritage book really awakens an interest in learning more about the Greek and Roman experience. Knowing … Continue reading

Posted in Books | Leave a comment

Heritage and Legacy

I was talking with Jimmy Britt about life and we got onto some history and I mentioned this book entitled: "The Heritage of Greece and the Legacy of Rome" by E. B. Osborn published in 1925. I had started it … Continue reading

Posted in Books | 1 Comment

Yom Hashoah Day

We watch as President Obama leads America to a place of bowing to Islam while abandoning our religious and historical ties to Israel, don’t be surprised as God’s promise to the Jews unfolds for us: “I will bless those that … Continue reading

Posted in Israel | 2 Comments

The Times Are a Coming

This is my introduction for tomorrow’s sermon. The info comes from these articles: this by David Goldman and articles from China Confidential.   President Obama makes nice with Ahmadinejad of Iran. Simultaneously, George Mitchell our special envoy to Israel tells … Continue reading

Posted in Directions | Leave a comment

Graceful Living

I arrived home from a good day of substituting at Coulterville High School. Joan shared with me some info she was studying for her health class about growing old. The gist of it was that you can grow old gracefully … Continue reading

Posted in Health and wellness | Leave a comment

“Christ in the Passover”

Just finished reading "Christ in the Passover" by Ceil and Moishe Rosen of Jews for Jesus. Michael Ramirez had invited us over to a semi-Seder with some great food and some great fellowship. That was the closest I have been … Continue reading

Posted in Books | Leave a comment

Wanting Church

Here is a great story of the price paid to have church in the Hanoi Hilton.

Posted in Illustrations | Leave a comment

Proverbs for Healthy Living Part I

What is the key to good health? Proverbs gives us a combination of words that when brought together in a life brings forth health and vitality for body, soul and spirit. These words are wisdom; doing the right thing at … Continue reading

Posted in Proverbs | Leave a comment