Everything old is new again

Ecclesiastes 1:9 "What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun." Once again, the Bible is cuttingly relevant. It's election season again and Jesus is front and center as a political idol. On Flickr, a Blood for Oil poster … Continue reading Everything old is new again

Mirrored Image

Our face is our logo. You know what a logo is.  That mark that's the visual symbol of a company or a cause.  There is a science behind logos and word types.  Shape and color can all subconsciously generate different feelings, e.g. a circle indicates  stability, a wordmark in a sans serif font implies tradition, the color … Continue reading Mirrored Image

The Tree

Once upon a time there lived a man and his son.  They were both strong-willed and outspoken.  They often argued as the son grew into adulthood. One day, they had an argument that became a shouting match.  At the end, the son screamed that he hated his father and that he never wanted to see … Continue reading The Tree

Dance in October

Two scenes: Scene 1:  A man and woman standing in shame, holding haphazardly sewn fig leaves over their naked bodies.  Around them slithers the devil-indwelt snake listening to God pronouncing judgment on their sin.  The first prophecy God speaks is to the Devil, his voice ringing through the garden of Eden.  "And I will put … Continue reading Dance in October

All the World to Me

A picture is worth 1,000 words.  As a writer who does not have very good photography skills, I usually end up looking at photos I've taken and couldn't tell you in 1,000 words what I was trying to get a picture of. This photo of my grandfather and me, however, could very well be worth … Continue reading All the World to Me