Death of a Bell Ringer

Every Sunday morning in the town of Huntington, Indiana, almost to the hour and especially around noon the air is filled with the sound of ringing bells. One of the many things that tied my college town and my home town together. Many of those bells are run by computers nowadays, especially those in Huntington. … Continue reading Death of a Bell Ringer


Pot(aye)toe is Not Pot(ah)toe

Have you ever been in one of those situations where two people are saying the same exact thing, just using different terminology (or accents) to get there? Take the word "potato." Depending on where you're from or how you grew up it will sound different. Same word, different pronunciation. Take a look at this. ┬áThose … Continue reading Pot(aye)toe is Not Pot(ah)toe

A Kangaroo Court of Biblical Porportions

Journey to the Cross part 8 Kangaroo courts are often described as hastily put together trials that often times extremely biased that often times end in a harsh or cruel punishment. Often they are preformed by citizens who have taken the law into their own hands. Take a look at one such instance. ┬áThose who … Continue reading A Kangaroo Court of Biblical Porportions

Trouble in the Garden

Journey to the Cross part 7 When he had finished praying, Jesus left with his disciples and crossed the Kidron Valley. On the other side there was an olive grove, and he and his disciples went into it. Now Judas, who betrayed him, knew the place, because Jesus had often met there with his disciples. … Continue reading Trouble in the Garden