Tag Archives: Sailing

On Fatherhood

Dad has taught me much about life. How to be responsible. The importance of keeping my word. Of doing good when duty calls. Thinking of others. Thinking of my family before myself. Remaining faithful to my wife. Being honest, so … Continue reading

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Running the Race

Our country is hurting. Nine people are dead in South Carolina from a gunman who murdered them in church. Freddie Gray is dead. Michael Brown is dead. Trayvon Martin is dead. And many others. People responding to these deaths have … Continue reading

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Sailing Away Forever

America is sailing through a terrible storm. We’re foundering in national debt. Burdened by current affairs abroad and at home. Tossed and turned by injustices in every stratum of society. Violent men increase, punching holes in the hull, and in … Continue reading

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Anchors Away

An anchor can’t catch a trout, but a hook can. I’ve thought for so long that in order for me to do something great for God I need to have great faith and with it, great hope—hope and faith so … Continue reading

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How Well the Sailors Run — Chapters One, Two, and Three

Here are the first three chapters (42 total) of How Well the Sailors Run, a story of the Prodigal Son retold as a sea adventure. In a cozy Oregon coastal town called SpringwickHarbor, Wade Burns’ desire is to follow in … Continue reading

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