Category Archives: Relationships

What Is Wrong with People?

Barb and I left the house for church Sunday morning. I looked up on the hooks where I store my bicycle in the garage and had a sinking feeling. Someone had stolen my bike. From my garage. While we were … Continue reading

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Canadian Fishing Adventure

Last week I returned from my (almost) annual fishing trip to NW Ontario. Last year, of course, I did not make the trip because I was bicycling coast to coast. This year’s trip was the earliest we’ve been, as we … Continue reading

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eHarmony vs. Love.com

Men and women have a deep-seated need to find one another (duh). Whether that imperative is merely biological or is primarily Biblical (“it is not good for Man to live alone”), our souls yearn to find that special someone. I’m … Continue reading

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Character du jour – Joseph (Big Chief) Huff

Absolutely, one of my favorite characters in my new book, Suicide Squeeze, is Joseph (Big Chief) Huff. I think I had more fun creating him than any other character including my main character, Mercury Mercer. The Chief is a pitcher, … Continue reading

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Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life

What happens to your heart when you encounter human need so intense your soul can no longer ignore it? When you find yourself absolutely compelled to respond to the second Great Commandment: “Love your neighbor as yourself?” The answer is … Continue reading

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The Face of Compassion

I have been thinking a lot about compassion recently, or rather my lack of it. We live in a broken world, and many people are hurting, yet I find myself almost coasting, doing little to ease the suffering of my … Continue reading

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