In the Name of Jesus by Henri Nouwen is a short book on Christian leadership, directed primarily at the clergy but applicable to all Christians in leadership. Nouwen looks at […]

Harvest time

The garden is coming together nicely for 2011, without a lot of the issues I had last year. The slugs have been absent, and there has been no sign of […]

No bake peanut butter cookies

I remember my mom making these cookies for me as a kid, I loved them with a glass of milk.  They’re perfect for that time when you decide you want […]

I read Dug Down Deep by Josh Harris on the recommendation of my pastor. It is a book about theology which Harris dedicated to his three children, saying “One day […]

Brood parasite?

While at my in-laws over the Easter weekend we got to check out two birds nests located on top of wreaths outside their front and back doors. The girls had […]

Spring flowers

I love seeing new flowers in the spring since I always forget about what I planted in the fall. My goal is to plant one bag of bulbs every year.

I woke up this morning at 5:29, on a Saturday, no less. My alarm went off about 30 seconds later. I jumped out of bed and am writing this while […]

beer batch

I first made my own beer with a friend a few years ago. After getting some exposure to the process, I realized it was not that hard and produced a […]

Syncing google contacts on  iOS

I use my google account to keep my addresses synced up between all my devices.  I realized that I was creating contacts on my iPhone or iPad and they weren’t […]

Green eggs and ham

Do you like green eggs and ham?  These eggs and ham tasted great, but I couldn’t get anyone else in the family to try them.