My First Book Is Now Available For iPad and iPhone

So I’ve written before about my first book, Blue Like the Sky, and how I published it through a company called Blurb. Like any good self-published and control freak author, I have gone back and done a little work on the book, adding some new content, changing the cover art, rearranging pictures–making it available as… Continue reading My First Book Is Now Available For iPad and iPhone

New Blog Feature: Stump the Chump (And Some Housekeeping Notes)

I have a thing that I do with my students called Stump the Chump. Essentially, they ask me hard questions about God, the Bible, Christianity, or just religion in general and I answer them. Some questions are easy to answer. Others, not so much. But I answer all of them, no matter how hard or… Continue reading New Blog Feature: Stump the Chump (And Some Housekeeping Notes)

When Books Get Tiring

I’m a reader. Love to read. Love to read so much that I currently have a stack of books on my office floor that is approximately 5 feet in height. Love to read so much that almost all of the wall space in my office is filled with bookshelves, and those bookshelves are crammed full… Continue reading When Books Get Tiring

Why “Toy Story 3” Makes Me Cry Every Time

My children love movies (as I’ve written before; that post, by the way, still gets over 100 original views a day on average, far and away the most popular post I’ve ever typed!). So it was business as usual when Jon wanted to plop in front of the TV this morning and watch Toy Story… Continue reading Why “Toy Story 3” Makes Me Cry Every Time

Descriptive vs. TMI: One Man’s Analysis

I have not felt well today, and neither has my family. We’ve all fallen prey to a rather nasty little virus that seems to have no discernible symptoms other than a rampant nausea and what sounds and feels like a sackful of rabid honey badgers wrestling in your stomach. In fact, I posted that very… Continue reading Descriptive vs. TMI: One Man’s Analysis