Oh, yeah. This is the stuff disaster movies are made of. You could wake up on Thursday and never know how close you came to total destruction. As I wrote Shepherd, Potter, Spy—and the Star Namer, I got more and more homesick for my childhood home. The farm on a hilltop where I experienced the […]
When we were in Orlando at the “Proclaim 17” National Religious Broadcasters conference, we happened to meet Lee Strobel while he was doing a book signing. We made a connection because we have grandsons with the same name.
While researching the possible title of a new book, I googled the title I’m considering. Nothing exact came up and that may be as close as I can get to ‘being original’. I’ve realized for several years that as a front-runner of the Baby Boomers, whatever I decide I need or want to do, it […]
I’ve suggested this on this blog before and to whomever I’ve had the privilege of telling about my experience. I wish I had heard this advice thirty years ago. I wish I had acted on it wa-ay before 2010. My friend who also went on a tour of Israel in 2010—a few weeks before we […]
When we describe how an Israeli taxi dropped us at a Palestinian checkpoint, how we went through the checkpoint with “cash only”‘ for our Palestinian taxi and guide, it sounds kind of scary. More-so in retrospect than it did at the time. But God was watching over us in every part of our trip. We learned […]