“The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more… will slip through your fingers.” ―Princess Leia We hold so tightly to the things we are scared of losing […]
If you know what a “Bard” is then I greet you as a fellow nerd… Live long and prosper. If not, then the stories of Saul and Samuel must seem very strange you to you […]
This is really a story that you could produce as a romantic comedy and miss the some of the most humanizing parts. What draws me to this story is not romance… although there is plenty in it. I like simple in my systems but its complexity that breeds good characters.
The time of Judges in the Bible is a period I particularly enjoy reading about because I love Super Heroes. I mean let’s be honest, that is what is happening in these stories. There is […]
If you have kids you know how quickly you can lose them in a crowd because they see something they want: candy in a display, a puppy at the park, or a toy in a different isle. They just wander away looking at all the things they can look at and half the time you find them and they didn’t even know they were lost!
Who doesn’t like action? Gladiator, Braveheart, Troy… we love to see the glory and cunning of two armies in pitched battle fighting for what they believe in. It could be for love, for glory, for […]
It seems like I’ve been reading/hearing/telling the story of the Ten Commandments continually since I was six. I’ve listened to teachers, pastors, speakers and cynics talk about how they are very important… or not important […]
Every time I hear the story of the Exodus, I am reminded how crazy the Bible is. I mean, there is a lot of crazy stuff in the Bible, but the sea splitting far enough […]
But Joseph replied, “Don’t be afraid of me. Am I God, that I can punish you? You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so […]
I’m not exactly sure what it is inside me that feels the pull of words and phrases like legacy, family name and inheritance. Maybe it is male ego or pride or survival instinct, but I […]