Seeing Peter Jennings in NYC; Or, What the Nightly News Can Teach the Church

When I was in college, I spent the summer with my sister and her family in New York City. It was an amazing experience, as we lived right across the street from Central Park, and just a couple of blocks from the American Museum of Natural History, where I worked. I loved being in the…

Finding New Paths

As we do every year, our family spent Thanksgiving in eastern Kentucky. It's my wife's old stomping grounds -- her parents still live in the house where Kim did most of her growing up. While we were there, we drove across town a couple of times. To get there, Kim drove us down some back…

Ready for what’s next?

In this week's post, I have included two pictures. The first is of a snowman my kids built during one (of the many) winter storms we've had this year. He apparently fell over on his own, and if you look closely, you'll see his gloved "arm" held up in the air -- as if to say: Little help,…