This year I turned fifty. I am not middle-aged. No one in my family has ever lived to be one hundred.
Persistence in Prayer (Pinckneyville, Illinois, circa 1971) As a child, I felt persistence was the single most important thing about prayer. When I prayed I was not double minded; my request (I mean petition) was clear and unambiguous. In the summer of 1971, Reaban’s Restaurant (a sticky seated hamburger joint that reeked of greaseContinue reading ““Exactly as I Remember It” Excerpt”
Educated to Succeed (In a World that No Longer Exists) History will look upon the years that spanned our lifetimes and declare them to be a period of seismic cultural shift. In the same way the Gutenberg Press changed the world in 1439, the advent of the personal computer and the internet have changed theContinue reading “Educated to Succeed (In a World that No Longer Exists)”