Peter and the plague

Art from a Greek Psalter and New Testament- the decoration of this leaf is dominated by a half-page miniature representing the Apostle Peter.

Note: This is written to be a fictional, humorous allegory of a situation during the COVID-19 pandemic. No intention is made to offend or upset anyone or add to or subtract from the Bible. Any similarity is purely coincidental. As the sun continued to rise on that Lord’s Day, the Apostle Peter closed his teaching:… Continue reading Peter and the plague

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The man who taught me to code

Photo of me and my Dad. I have roughly the same amount of hair.

My dad never taught me to fish, at least enough to catch one. But he did teach me to find the Fisher of Men.

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What bare shelves can teach us

Bare shelf at Raley's.

My thoughts concerning the distruptive Coronavirus pandemic that has radically changed our lives.

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