A few days ago my wife and I were on vacation, on a rainy evening we watched an old classic Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. They made the movie in 1950; I had read the book as a child and loved the story. Our son when he was a boy loved pirate stories so it may be a family thing. If you read the book or seen the movie, you know that the sought…Read More
Returning to Where It Started!
Recently I spent several hours at a place near and dear to my heart: Olivet Nazarene University. I began my journey at Olivet on a warm August day in 1974, not just a journey to receive a college education, but a journey that has included that and so much more. Fast forward 41 years and this place still is a central part of my life. My recent visit was to…Read More
A Couple of weeks a go I mentioned t a book I read regarding maxims. Maxims must be no longer than a sentence or two that describes a personal value.It must be no more than a sentence or two. It would be something that when you read it, brings to mind a powerful illustration of an important principle or value. Today I would like to share a few…Read More