Driving Towards Death

3 Lessons My Grandfather Taught Me

Last week I was told my grandfather had 12-36 hours left and that I needed to get there as soon as I could to say goodbye.

The drive from New York to West Virginia takes right at 12 hours so I left wondering if I had enough time.

Your Part in History

Recently, I had the privilege of being a small part in seeing some prayers answered that others had prayed for years.

It reminded me that we each have a part to play in the grand story God is telling. History is really His-story. This includes the history of the world and your own personal history.

English and a Father’s Love

Do you remember superlatives from your English classes? A superlative is the greatest of any set of objects that are being compared. You recognize a superlative by the –est ending of the adjective…tallest, fastest, funniest. When you have a 3-syllable adjective it is preceded by the word “most”… most important, most valuable.

My son, who is in kindergarten, was recently taught the comparison (-er & more) and superlative form of adjectives by his 3rd grade sister. So he loves going around and showing off this newly acquired knowledge.