Twitter Followers

Twitter Followers if reading this, I probably invited you to do so. Thank you for your favs and retweets. Please follow each other from the tweeted invite. I appreciate the encouragement and dialogue. I wanted to share with you some of the things I’ve learned about Twitter since I started using it this past March. Do I view Twitter Followers as …

The Portability of God’s Provision

I just posted on Twitter, ‘I love the portability of God’s provision.’ I mentioned it as a random thought of gratitude, but as I thought about it a little more, the idea expanded and deepened for me. I travel a lot, and I backpack. The thing I dislike about both, the packing. Packing for normal trips comes almost as second nature. I don’t …

Limited Time to Read, Read the Bible First

Limited time to read? Read what sustains and transforms you. In order to make disciples, we must be disciples. And disciples must have a direct relationship with God. We cannot expect to be disciples if we are not regularly talking with and listening to God. We must understand that he is not only Savior but is also Lord. Although he …

Twitter, the Same Rules Apply

I starting using Twitter back in February because Adrian Warnock in the UK said it was essential part of blogging. It wasn’t as painful as I anticipated and Twitter is a fun way to share thoughts too small for a blog. It seems a no-brainer that who you follow dictates largely who follows you, but there seems to be an …

Abortionists Not at All Like Mengele and Death Camp Doctors

A few weeks ago, I said to a friend, ‘Kevin, don’t you think that Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortion clinic doctor on trial for killing babies that survived abortion, and other abortionists compare to Mengele and death camp doctors?’ He called me a fool, simplistic in my reasoning, and illogical. He said for one, ‘Mengele and the death camp doctors provided valuable …

SPAM: Satan’s Poop to Annoy Me

After your blog has been up for any period of time, it begins. You get spam from all over the world. Sometimes in Chinese characters, sometimes in English, but always uniformly irritating when you get ping back notifications to approve comments in your e-mail. You look at it hoping for feedback on your post, only to find a pitch for …

The Heart of Plan B

In Prayer II, Believing is Seeing, I wrote: ‘Those of us who are intensely analytical, like me, need to practice patience and persistence in prayer and avoid going to plan B before God has given us an answer. We need to wait for God’s answer. We need to make sure beliefs, thoughts, and actions align. If we pray it, me …

Fake Easter Eggs Contain a Lesson

Two years ago I wrote a post for the Pharma AntiCounterfeiting News entitled ‘A New Color for Fake Easter Eggs.’ As Easter nears, I would like to revisit this topic. Ask any child what a fake Easter egg is and they will reply that it is a plastic shell filled with candy. These eggs are lots of fun for the …