TDZ Retrospective: Rest

Originally posted January 16, 2011. I took this shot of the Big Guy or rather his feet. The Big Guy  was relaxing after a long day of traveling. As I was editing the picture I remembered a book I discovered during college. The book is  Principles of Spiritual Growth by Miles Stanford.  One of the … Continue reading TDZ Retrospective: Rest

Dear Mr. Christian

Heard this song today on the radio. The beat and sound caught my attention and then I listened to the words. I've posted the words below. It is one of those songs that makes you think. Dear Mr. Christian By Derek Minor Featuring Dee-1 and Lecrae Verse 1 I was nine years old when daddy … Continue reading Dear Mr. Christian

He Gets It

Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who in every respect has been tempted as we are, yet without … Continue reading He Gets It

Conversation with a Jehovah’s Witness

Saturday morning as I was trying to put up the bounty from my trip to the farmer's market a team of Jehovah's Witness representatives came to my door. My first thought was oh great I don't have time for this. I really wanted to just brush them off because I was too busy and didn't … Continue reading Conversation with a Jehovah’s Witness

More Than Just a Little Chorus

"A little chorus ..." If you are like me you've probably either used that phrase or heard it used in reference to worship songs.  Have you taken time to really think about what is being said? It is as if modern worship music is somehow lesser than hymns. Think about this in 1824, When I … Continue reading More Than Just a Little Chorus

Rest

I took this shot of the Big Guy or rather his feet. The Big Guy  was relaxing after a long day of traveling. As I was editing the picture I remembered a book I discovered during college. The book is  Principles of Spiritual Growth by Miles Stanford.  One of the principles that was a rather … Continue reading Rest