I am back home on my little farm in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. In the
past years, my wife Vivian and I have lived in five different countries other
than the US, and I have worked in probably a couple dozen more. We were
Christian workers. I worked mostly in Leadership Training, helping pastors of
small churches receive some education to help them in their work.
But now we are back at our little farm. I have a few Scottish Highland
cattle that graze the hills in front of our house, and Vivian has four alpacas.
She spins the fleece into yarn, weaves it into rugs that she makes, or makes
felt with it.
We have four sons, all grown now and on their own. Four grandchildren.
I am the pastor of a small, local Christian congregation. We meet in a
one hundred year old log building. We call our church, logically enough, “The
Log Church” (www.thelogchurch.com)
I have been writing for many years. It is what I do. It is how I study
and it is how I process my thoughts. It is only in the past few years that I
have decided to publish some books. My blog page is also a result of my passion
We ourselves live in a one hundred plus year old log house. In the
summer I usually write while sitting on our front porch listening to the sounds
of nature and the gentle tickling of a brass bell that hangs around Maisie, one
of my cows. In the winter, I am inside by a south window, watching the birds in
the bird feeder
I hope you enjoy and are enriched by some of what you read here.
Thanks for reading