A lot of us have Israel on our bucket lists. I know it’s on mine. Take those larger-than-life Old Testament heroes. Even if your only interaction with them was back in Sunday School, most of us have some vague memories of those tales from days of old. And their stories never grow tired. In times … More Of Fire and Lions
Every year, parents send their sons and daughters away to college hoping they will study hard, find a core group of friends, and experience the time of their lives as they prepare for their future endeavors. We were no different. We sent our youngest off to a small Lutheran college in the midwest. We expected … More The Dick House
America is in the midst of a culture war. And it might be a fight to the death. I can’t recall a time when the country has been more divided. I worry about handing an uncertain future to my sons and the families they will someday lead, so I ordered a new book after seeing … More The Theft of America’s Soul
We waited years to sell a house we never liked. Thankfully, three noteworthy events intersected last summer: our youngest graduated high school, our middle and oldest sons moved into their own respective apartments, and the economy bounced back from a decade-plus of real estate dregs. No one had to ask us twice. We grabbed paint … More Taxes, Death and Moving
I like weird. I like swimming. I like stories about other writers. And I like a good mystery.