2022 Visitation Schedule

August! Belgium: August 1st-August 15th, with the beloved church family we served in 2020. New York City: August 17th-18th, with any friends that may like to grab coffee or a meal. Binghamton, NY: August 19th, with a treasured supporting church and family. New Joisey: August 22nd, to (prayerfully) visit my grandmother whose health is in decline. Somewhere, VA: August 23rd, … Continue reading 2022 Visitation Schedule

12 Miles—One Way—for Bible Study? Any Takers? Brother Richard is All In.

Richard rides his bicycle faithfully, Monday by Monday, about 12 miles one way, to come to our men’s Bible Study. We meet from 9:30-12:30, spending time in the Word and prayer, and sometimes in a book we are reading together. He has been joining with us for 6 months in this capacity! This past Friday, … Continue reading 12 Miles—One Way—for Bible Study? Any Takers? Brother Richard is All In.

“Go-Fish”

If you have ever been a kid, had a kid, or spent time around children, you have likely said and heard these words a few thousand times: “go-fish.” To the late-in-life learner of the English language, it would seem like an error, an incorrect use of words, or a confusing way to talk about fishing…but … Continue reading “Go-Fish”

On The State, and The State of Christianity

The Communist position viewed religion as “the opiate of the masses.” The religious were counted as foolish and dangerous, a threat. The post-modern, socialistic push has narrowed the scope: “Christianity is the disease of the minority.” Christianity is one that deters the movement of this New Religion, and its hallucinogenic effects. {{The Bible-believing Christian has … Continue reading On The State, and The State of Christianity