Stand Tall

  In this crooked and perverse generation, we MUST stand TALL for the Lord!   “Stand up, stand up for Jesus. The strife will not be long. This day the noise of battle; The next the victor’s song. To those who vanquish evil A crown of life shall be; They with the King of GloryContinue reading “Stand Tall”

Focus on Coffee – Day 7

Well, here we are at the close of another coffee series. I do love posting about coffee. (I said that a few times already, didn’t I?) Today I’ve focused on a cup of coffee and an open Bible because, frankly, that’s my M.O. I’ve spent many long hours with a cup of coffee and myContinue reading “Focus on Coffee – Day 7”

Focus On Coffee — Day 1

Well, as all my regular visitors know, I do love coffee. But I’ve noticed that during this past couple months — with life a little topsy-turvey — I’ve needed a lot more coffee than usual. So I figured it’s time for another coffee series right here on my online home. I’ve done three other seriesContinue reading “Focus On Coffee — Day 1”

The Amazing Story of the Real St. Patrick

I’ve shared this story several times in article format over the past 9 years, but never put it all together in a book that was available on a world-wide market. But now it’s available through Amazon in paperback and digital. The little-known, but true story of one of the most amazing soul-winners in the historyContinue reading “The Amazing Story of the Real St. Patrick”

My Cadillac For Your Camel – (text & video)

(I originally posted this article almost 7 years ago. But this week I began thinking about the truths expressed in it, and I felt it was time to give it a fresh audience — and to put it into video format as well. You’ll find the video below the text. I trust it will bless,Continue reading “My Cadillac For Your Camel – (text & video)”

Hungarian Cookie Haiku

Memories so sweet: Daddy baking cookies from Fam’ly recipe. Hungarian treat: Flaky, sugared, golden dough Stuffed with hickory nuts. Each year at Christmas, In kitchen warm and cozy – Memories so sweet. For decades, my dad (who was Bulgarian/Polish) baked Hungarian cookies. It was a recipe handed down from one Balkan country to another, andContinue reading “Hungarian Cookie Haiku”

Weekly Smile 1/28/20

This past week I had more than one thing to smile about, but I think the most important for me was what I accomplished with one of my dad’s books. My dad went to be with the Lord about 6 years ago — at the age of 88 — after 70 plus years in ministryContinue reading “Weekly Smile 1/28/20”