Monthly Archives: April 2009

Night in Old San Antonio

I'm in San Antonio this week with my teammates Nick and Bene'. Our client asked (well, insisted really) that we go with her to the annual NIOSA (Night in Old San Antonio) festival. For all of my family and friends in Iowa, … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Job 9

"God and I are not equals; I can't bring a case against him. We'll never enter a courtroom as peers.How I wish we had an arbitrator to step in and let me get on with life" — Job 9:32-33 (MSG) There is … Continue reading

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“Letters from Pella” Set for Tulip Time Peformance

Several people have been asking about the current Union Street Players production on which Wendy and I are working. "Letters from Pella" is a one act play that I wrote and which will premiering at Pella's annual Tulip Time festival … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Job 8

It's plain that your children sinned against him— otherwise, why would God have punished them? Job 8:4 (MSG) My brother likes to relate a story from childhood about he and my sister sitting on opposite ends of a room in the … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Job 7

"And so I'm not keeping one bit of this quiet, I'm laying it all out on the table; my complaining to high heaven is bitter, but honest." Job 7:11 (MSG) On Wednesday night, my daugther Taylor and I had a daddy-daughter date. … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Job 7

"And so I'm not keeping one bit of this quiet, I'm laying it all out on the table; my complaining to high heaven is bitter, but honest." Job 7:11 (MSG) On Wednesday night, my daugther Taylor and I had a daddy-daughter date. … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Job 6

And you, my so-called friends, are no better— there's nothing to you! One look at a hard scene and you shrink in fear. Job 6:21 (MSG) Going through a divorce is painful in a myriad of ways. As I reflect back on … Continue reading

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