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A Parable

A Parable for those among us who would be a king . . .  The King tossed about upon his bed, rolling first to one side and then the other. He was asleep, but rest would not be a part of this sleep. Troubling visions danced in his dreams all through the night; visions of […]

A Town Named Gantt

I don’t know what brought the following to mind, and I’m pretty sure I’ve written about my experience visiting the Town of Gantt, South Carolina before. I just have a feeling that it will speak to someone’s heart today and maybe, just maybe bring a little smile into your life in a pretty dreary time. […]

What If We Couldn't Go to Church

I recently released a new book: OLD PATHS AND ANCIENT MARKERS, Guarding the Treasure of the Gospel. I wrote it to be instructional and inspirational in particular to parents and their families. I did not see it at the time as prophetic and yet . . . it has turned out to be just that. […]


            Herein I make no judgment or accusation. I simply record what God has laid on my heart to say to the church, the Body of Christ. I am not going to do a deep, comprehensive Bible study here for I fear that I will end up making both judgment and accusation. […]

On the Market Now

My latest book OLD PATHS AND ANCIENT MARKERS Guarding the Treasure of the Gospel Now available on or at Publications $14.99 plus shipping and handling I am excited to announce the release of my latest book. Old Paths and Ancient Markers is both prophetic and practical, helping families deal with the troubling days […]

Until the Fury Has Passed By

My friends, here in Vermont we have entered a new phase of challenge in this pandemic we have come to call COVID 19. The governor of Vermont today announced a stay-at-home order, asking all non-essential persons to stay in their homes. It may be that it will be longer than we had hoped before we are […]


We are in a time of extraordinary danger. With the appearance of the COVID – 19 VIRUS, global governments have gone into overdrive in an attempt to conquer this deadly pandemic. Research facilities private and public are working around the clock to identify potential treatments. Anywhere groups might congregate have been essentially put on lockdown.  […]


       My friends, I have been laboring in my heart over the matters that face us today. We are certainly at a crossroads in the life of America and in the life of the Body of Christ.  There is so much information and misinformation coming at us––at a very high rate of speed. […]


The following is from the preface to my new book that will be released this spring. OLD PATHS & ANCIENT MARKERS, Guarding the Treasure of the Gospel is the book I’ve wanted to write for a long, long time. We are in the editing process now but hopefully, we will soon have all the pieces […]


I have a confession to make…as they say, “confession is good for the soul.” So here goes: I have been an absolutely lazy bum today. Not all day…but for a good part of the day, I have amounted to nothing. I got up at 5:00 a.m. this morning, took a shower, shaved and drove down […]

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