Time for Some Lemonade

Having grown up in the hot, humid summers of central Nebraska, I was fortunate to have a mom who made THE best lemonade – ever. After a sweaty afternoon of mowing lawns or walking the cornfields, nothing compared to her lemonade. There truly was nothing like it....

Get a life

As a child of yesteryear, I won’t claim, at least in this forum, how old I was when “Get a Life” came out on TV. For those who don’t remember, or care to forget, this show about a “failure to launch” man highlighted the need to move...

Authentic Humanity

Years ago, I was testing turbocharged diesel engines, like those used in on-highway truck semis, in a lab environment.  One particular test was notable because of its failure. The engine was running under full load when a failure occurred, causing massive...

Call Me, Maybe

When we are called, Jesus reached out of His infinite wisdom to grab us. We started off not looking for Him, then we recognized we were sinners in need of a savior. That is where many go into all sorts of odd places, finding “salvation” in sex, drugs, rock...

The Overflowing Joy of Salvation

For sometime I’ve been fascinated with geographical and hydrological features in God’s creation. Since our family moved to Colorado several years ago, I’ve given plenty of thought about the continental divide where a drop of rain water or snow melt could flow toward...