Monthly archive for ‘ March, 2012 ’

On the Move

11th March 2012 | 1 Comment

Joel received word just a few days ago that he has been accepted for transfer to the halfway house in Milwaukee, on June 28! Previously we had been told he would go to the halfway house in Janesville, just a little over an hour away from his aunt’s. So we were surprised to find out […]

Is Hindsight 20/20?

8th March 2012 | 2 Comments

We all know the adage, “Hindsight is 20/20.” And often it applies so aptly to our lives. But the other day as I was chatting with my older sister she commented, “It’s just not true that hindsight is 20/20, because all we really know for sure is what affect our decision had on the present. […]


6th March 2012 | 1 Comment

I really appreciated the many comments I received on the back cover work for my book. We are still polishing it up a bit, but it has been invaluable to have your suggestions. I will also be doing the read-through this week on the final draft.¬† Soon I will also be working with cover design […]

Would You Read This Book?

5th March 2012 | 18 Comments

I am working¬† with my sister on the back cover information for my book. She has kindly written a couple options which we have edited and tweaked, but I decided what we really need is to know their appeal to the audience. So I decided to ask you to be my audience. If you picked […]

Works without Faith is Dead

4th March 2012 | 0 Comments

Often people who want to argue for a salvation purchased through meritorious labor, will rely on the passage in James that says, “Faith without works is dead.” Only recently have I come up with an equally true response that debunks the idea of our meriting salvation: Works without faith is also dead. And this we […]

The Great Pursuit

1st March 2012 | 0 Comments

I was chatting with a close friend this morning who also happens to be Jaden’s teacher. She was sharing with me a little bit of what the class is studying in Bible. I was really challenged by this thought: Pursuing the prestige of a name among men, makes it impossible to pursue God with a […]