Monthly Archives: March 2018

Plot Spoiler

I confess: I skipped ahead and read the last chapter.

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The Confessions of Peter, Part Two

In The Confessions of Peter, Part One, Peter talked about meeting Jesus. Now he confronts his own darkness. The Rock “Jesus sent us out in twos, to preach and do miracles in his name. Did we believe it? We hoped. When … Continue reading

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The Confessions of Peter, Part One

I’d always identified more with the Apostle Paul. But Peter? A mouthy fisherman with a yellow streak. But then I was asked to dramatize the Peter story for a movie project, and was astonished at what I discovered: more than … Continue reading

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Sunday is Coming!

Am I jumping the gun, celebrating too early? Maybe. But like the little guy in the photo, I can’t wait. Because I know Sunday is coming! And after that? Nothing will ever be the same.

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The Wishing Map 109

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Twenty-Two: Everything (Continued) Previously: Gina and Zack arrived at the western coast of Frenga in search of the Questing Beast. ⇔ ⇔ ⇔ Thanks to…

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A Filmmaker’s Journal

This little five minute horror thriller (home movie) was one of my first efforts at filmmaking. It stars my daughter Elizabeth and my wife Trudy (my other daughter Amanda was the crew). Should I have waited for Halloween? It’s a … Continue reading

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A Worship Manifesto

I previously served as Director of Worship at a large church. Near the end of my first year I presented this Manifesto to my team. Easter Week seems like a good time to pass it along to others, especially anyone … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday

“The great crowd that had come for the festival heard that Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem. “They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, ‘Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the … Continue reading

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Easter Bunny Burnout

“Sheesh, the last week of Easter prep is the worst! There’s the Egg Orders to get in, the Delivery Route to plan. Can’t sleep, gotta finish the Kid List before…before…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…” It’s tough being a mythical holiday icon.

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Tips for Writers: Love the Burn

The key to building muscles, oddly enough, is to regularly and repeatedly expose yourself to pain. Not too much, not too little. Too much—torn muscles, tendonitis, bone spurs—is bad news. Too little is no news at all. Muscles grow when … Continue reading

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