Seven Years Ago Today My Life Changed

Seven years ago today on Burnside Island in Savannah, GA, I stood facing the window behind the pulpit at the front of a small church in Wesley Gardens. Through the window the famous Moon River could be seen still rippling from the end of the down pour. I stood next to my my bride as we each finished saying “I do.” I kissed my bride; then, the pastor, James White, presented us for the first time as husband and wife. Then, Steve Camp, struck the piano keys and began singing Luther’s A Mighty Fortress Is Our God as we walked …keep reading »


Never Forget

I will never forget September 11, 2001. I was sitting in the office with my colleagues waiting for the stock market to open watching the news on the big screen TV. Around 8:45 am the news channel’s focus moved from stock to shock as it reported that a plane had hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. We were glued to the TV not understanding what just happened. About fifteen minutes later we watched the second plane hit the South Tower. We sat stunned not knowing that at that moment the U.S. was under …keep reading »

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My Wife, My Helper

It’s that time of year again. A time that men love to hate and always forget. That is, if you believe the comedians. I mentioned it last year and it’s hear again. My wedding anniversary! Contrary to the funny people I do remember and look forward to my anniversary. We will be in a little town away from all the “stuff” in metro-Atlanta. There will be no email, blogging, twitter, facebook, etc. It will be a nice getaway with my lovely bride. Aside from being the good looking part of the us she is an unbelievable blessing from God! She …keep reading »

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