In St. Joseph, Mo, we have a rich history that goes beyond Jesse James and the Pony Express. We were an industrial city, a point where goods and services were vital for those heading west. We promoted cultural events and education and amazing architectural accomplishments can still be found in the neighborhoods that make up … Continue reading Hometown
Elsie and I both love what is happening in Downtown St. Joseph, MO, so when we get a chance we drive around to see what is new, whether it be stores or restaurants or a variety of other things from artwork to parking lots. On this day we were on a search for a new … Continue reading Bracy’s Cafe in Downtown St. Joe
I had been thinking about all the crazy things people are doing, and not doing, in the world, globally and locally, and I felt helpless. What could I possibly do that would have a positive impact? My resources are very limited. My abilities follow suit. And then I read the following verses in Proverbs 6:16-19 … Continue reading Vision-Cloudy or Clear?
I was eating my cereal this morning and had to push my bowl away and pull the Bible closer. And yes, I do sometimes eat and read at the same time. Anyway, I was a little behind in my Holy Week reading because I really got hung up in John Chapter 12, and then again in … Continue reading “I spoke nothing in secret”
I have been thinking about the many ways in the past that I have dedicated the week before Resurrection Sunday to study and prayer. I sit here at the desk with my leg propped up. Because yesterday I did something wrong and by the end of the day my knee had frozen up just like … Continue reading Preparation