Most of us husbands and wives are missing the mark in our marriages. We are tired and disappointed, frustrated even. … Continue reading Love & War…and Sex?
First off, thanks for all of the comments on the prequel, “Middle Fork Church.” That day was so splendid that I returned for a second Sunday at the request of my good friend David (left). I thought of it as an opportunity to bring a friend to “church.”
I know I’ve “been to church” when I’ve spent intimate time with God, or worshiped God. And yes, worshiping God can (and should) extend beyond the walls of a church building. God is not tied to any building we construct; His presence stirs all around us. And as such our worship is free of set rituals. Worship is simply our response to a God who initiates His love for us.
On Colorado’s South Platte River, I worship God, waving my fly rod to the rhythm of an age-old symphony. I thank Him for the mountain majesty in all directions, for the water flowing over my boots, for the curious deer on the ridge, and for the simple blessing of being in this place. I love being alone with God, unhindered, without distraction. Continue reading “Bring a Friend to “Church” Day”
The bang came at 1:45 a.m., the kind that jerks you from sleep but maybe was just your imagination. Bang! … Continue reading A Friendship Sentenced Under Oath
Day 25 – It’s A Wonderful Life Maybe I watch the movie for the feel-good ending. Isn’t that the reason … Continue reading 30 Days of Thanksgiving – Day 25 – It’s A Wonderful Life
Day 12 – Old Friends I’m thankful for old friends, particularly the old neighborhood gang. My earliest adventures were shared … Continue reading 30 Days of Thanksgiving – Day 12 – Old Friends