It is a Good Day

it is a good day

..An old friend of mine that was a strong influence on my writing would often use the phrase, “It’s a Good Day” as a tag line in his emails and personal letters. He passed away a while back and from time to time I think about the little things Michael often said.
..So regardless of the weather and all the world stuff swirling about these days, I can say, yes, it is a good day.
..Now I know I have not posted in a while and in fact, it may be some time before I post again. So I decided I should at least post something for 2020. Continue reading

Maleficent and the Age of evil.


..In these days, it seems like every other day some “new” measure of hidden evil is finding its way out into the public eye. Not that it was not always present. I mean it’s all been there historically from the start of time itself.

..But these days it seems to be rolling out more and more like a narcissistic parade. But this is because it’s just time. I mean over the last several decades since the 1950s, greater levels of darkness have been slipped in here and there. Demanding a place in the spotlight with arguments of ‘tolerance’ and bending the rules of ‘fair play’ and ‘free speech.’ Continue reading

Find Me, Patterns in Life

Find Me, Margaret Becker

Got home today from work. Sitting back, I started listening to music while I unwind from the day. Skipped many different songs on my Spotify list until I finally came to rest on a selection of older Christian songs that were once so central to our lives. Margaret Becker, Jars of Clay, Brandon Heath, Carolyn Arends, Newsboys, and others. Continue reading

A Cold “Nuclear” Morning.

A Better Morning

This morning it was negative 3 degrees, now that its midday and has warmed up to 33, things feel a lot better. I know, however, that’s still far warmer than much of the United States today.

As some of you can tell it’s been a while since I have put out a blog post. But this month has been a tiring month, with moving, ice and snow. I mostly find myself wanting to engage in doing “nothing” at the end of the day.

Had a long talk this morning with a friend from the east coast. Talked over many old issues with my former employer. Current trends in Christianity and the prophetic as well as some dreams the Lord gave both of us. Lots of patterns, things to ponder. Continue reading

Lisa Haven News

I wanted to share with you today some big news that is only the tip of the Iceberg. This is major news that will effect millions of people. Instead of writing a report on this issue (as well as other confirmed report surfacing NOW) I though it would be good to just let you listen to what is being said.


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Life & Death


Taking a little departure from my “Waiting for the Sonrise” series, to put forth a few things that I was thinking about as I drove to the grocery store today.

We all know that Life and death are powerful forces of the earth. And that death must continue to the end until Jesus brings a close to it once and for all.

No matter how badly people or things destroy the earth, life always comes back. It always persists, always endures. Even in the worst places on earth, eventually, life slowly returns. Even on this diet my wife and I are a part of, once you remove the bad and feed yourself the right stuff. Your body starts to correct itself. Continue reading