Olive Tree Bible Reader on my Touch

  If I keep writing reviews of iPod Touch apps I might have to start another blog!  Until then, however, here’s my review of the Olive Tree Bible Reader for iPhone/Touch.  A Video review will follow. One of the things I missed most when I retired my iPaq in July was a decent Bible reader….

Wii™ Bowling Playoffs

Well, I choaked in the finals, but the playoffs were a lot of fun.  Here’s the retrospective…

Over Six Summers

I’m about to start my sixth “school year” here in Palmyra.  Believe it or not, but this is the longest I’ve lived in any one place since I started dorming at LMH when I was 17 years old.  It is certainly the only home that my son remembers, and the only one that my daughter…

Oh the bad Church Experience.

On Sundays, I worship with other believers.  It is a spiritual discipline that I practiced even when I wasn’t a pastor, and it means that even when I’m on vacation I’m still engaged in worship somewhere.  For many years when we were out at my wife’s parent’s I’d just join them on Sunday mornings –…

Things that make me go, “eh.”

I’ve been seeing a lot written about why Evangelicals are leaving “the Institutional Church” in droves.  I find the stories interesting, given that most the people sharing their stories tend to be my contemporaries, and yet their tales also fale to capture my heart. I really don’t need convincing that a good number of the…

Ephrata Cloister

Even though I went to high school in Lancaster, I’d never been to Ephrata Cloister (I stayed home when the dormies went there my Junior year).  As I grew in my faith, and in my appreciation for the heritage of Christian spirituality, I also grew in my desire to go and visit this unique place. …