Thanks to all the great folks at The Cadillac Jeepers Club for having me do the close out show at The Blessing Of The Jeeps this year! We had a great time watching the 1500+ off-road vehicles take on the impossible looking courses and pursuing the many Jeep and off-road supply venders that participated.
Stand Strong is a song I wrote about keeping our promises and being devoted to our commitments. It’s about being faithful and trustworthy, and a reminder to place your trust in Jesus Christ, the most faithful one of all.
I am very exited to announce the grand opening of my new CD Store. It's been a long time coming, but I've finally got all the bugs worked out. While I'm still working on my new album, I have placed two of my older albums for sale as digital downloads.
I wrote the song “You Can Be Love” on a September day in 2015. The sun was shining and the autumn colors were starting to come out. I was taking a walk through Decker Cemetery near Blanchard Michigan. As I slowly and reverently passed each row of grave stones
Being thankful is one of the most influencing attitudes we can have. Not just in how we influence others, but in changing our own hearts. When we pour love and help into the hurting and needy lives around us, not only will we change others for the better, we will also find a lifting in our own spirits as God works His purpose through us.
"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old is gone, the new is here." 2 Corinthians 5:17. This was the text I used in the writing of my song, "New Creation". The Bible gives us many reasons to rejoice, and this is certainly one of them.
As I sit here at my computer eating a delicious sandwich piled high with honey baked ham, specialty mustard, and a zesty pickle slice, I recognize what a blessing it is. I also recognize my ability and freedom to eat when I decide to. Here it is, two hours before lunch and yet, I decided to break into my brown bag and nibble a bit.
If any of you suffer from migraine headaches you'll understand how difficult they can make things. I had my first migraine when I was 13. I was playing video games with my dad and he was winning. That's not supposed to happen. He never beats me at pong! All of a sudden I wasn't able to see the screen. My vision was going funny. It started as a little dot and then grew to cover the complete left side of my peripheral view.
I was driving downtown with a friend of mine a while ago on our way to a store. As we approached the corner I saw an oddly dressed older man standing out in front of the store we wanted to go to. He had a small brief case in one hand and something else I couldn't quite make out in the other.