Posts Tagged: church

Holy Week

This is a very special week for Christians.  It is the beginning of Holy Week.  But what is Holy Week?  I came across a succinct explanation, I thought I would share it here: The Journey through Holy Week Taken from Holy Week is the time that we, as the church, commemorate, reflect upon, and reenact […]


How true this is for me today. I am so glad it is Friday! Being a teacher, if you do it correctly, is a rather taxing endeavor. I mean you have to plan your lessons outside of class, meet with students outside of class, grade papers outside of class and then have to BE IN […]

My Hand Hurts

                    I have not posted very much recently because I hurt my shoulder in a football game in November.  No what does that have to do with a hurt hand you ask?  Well the pain goes all the way down to my hand and, well, it […]


Perhaps you have seen this video, but if not here it is.  I love the message!  

Challenge Day was a Challenge!

Today I participated in an event called: Challenge Day.  I was the only teacher from our school to do so in our group yesterday. A group from California came in and spent the day with 100 of our 8th graders.  The event was aimed at our teens who are being bullied, have self-esteem issues, have […]

Is American Church Dying?

Well we have the day off today because of heavy rain here in the Midland, Texas area. I know, I know, we are kind of wimpy here, if it rains or snows we don’t go out. But in our defense, we don’t get much of either. So  am trying to make the most of my […]

How To Handle Cell Phones

Well this is one way to handle the cell phone “issue” in church.  Not sure if it is exactly “Seeker Friendly” but it may be worth a try.    

Muslims More Religious than Christians?

I just read blog post by Dr. Jim Dennison of, excellent by the way. He states that Muslims attend mosque at a rate four times greater than Christians attend church on Sunday. In other words, mosques have four times the number of attendees than churches have on Sunday. Do we wonder why Islam is […]