Monthly Archives: September 2011

"The Dead Bodies of They Servants"

Every once in awhile the Scriptures are just shocking.  Never more so than in Ps 79.1-5.  Here Asaph (or a descendant of Asaph?) describes what Jerusalem looks like after it has been destroyed by the Assyrians (or Babylonians?).  God’s people … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Honduras

I had the distinct privilege of flying from Atlanta to San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on my last trip, my first ever visit to the country of Honduras.  We flew into San Pedro Sula, the only other (in)appropriate airport for Honduras … Continue reading

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Plumb Tuckered Out

A photo I snapped of Dakota at the end of 330 miles, lounging in Mackinac City waiting for the bus. Poor guy, he is all in.

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DALMAC Day 4: A Nice Day!

Sure, I was up at 3am due to the incessant rain on my tent, but I did manage to get my devotions done before we left at 7am. Leaving Boyne City we had a nasty long climb to warm us … Continue reading

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DALMAC Day 3: Rain, Bike Troubles, The Wall

Day 3 welcomes us with rain as we break camp (par for the course I suppose). The rain quits as we start off. Blessings! We ride 25 miles to our first rest stop. A Methodist church is selling homemade goodies … Continue reading

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DALMAC: Day 2 – Dogs, Thunder, Heat, Wind

I’m comfortably ensconced in my tent at 12.20am the morning of the second day of DALMAC. I get up to go to the restroom. Weatherman says 0% chance of rain. I get back to the tent and a dog starts … Continue reading

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DALMAC: Day1.5

I’m lying in my tent listening to the crack of thunder and constant drumming of rain on the tent; lightening creates instant daylight every few seconds; it’s all quite beautiful. Now if only I could get some, you know, sleep … Continue reading

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