Monthly Archives: January 2018

SNOW DAY

SNOW DAY

We interrupt this regularly scheduled study of Deuteronomy to bring you this news flash, IT IS SNOWING IN PHENIX CITY, AL. We are experiencing an all out blizzard. It is coming down in…well, in flakes. The table tops are covered. The sidewalks have a dusting. The city looks to be shut down. It is expected… Continue Reading

Dangnation

I have a friend who is a funny writer, a good writer but a funny one. He does a periodic “blog” of sorts that is always down-homey (is that a thing?), honest, and wise about recovery and sobriety. He wrote me this email yesterday in response to the devotion on Deuteronomy 10; (I edited it… Continue Reading

Fences

Fences

Deuteronomy 5 Many Christmases ago, Josh and Jacob gave me a very special present. I had always wanted a chocolate lab, a brown Labrador Retriever, not a chemistry shop where you make chocolate. That would be Doris’s special present. I’m getting sidetracked. We opened the last gift under the tree. The boys went out into… Continue Reading