Category Archives: Personal Reflections

Campbellsville Update

As the meeting for representatives from Campbellsville University and representatives from the churches of the Kentucky Baptist Convention approaches, I ask for your prayers. My foremost desire is that the witness of Kentucky Baptists before a watching world will in no way be harmed. Please pray to that end. Pray also that God will grant […]

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Getting a Clearer Picture

When Michelle and I were expecting our first child, we were greatly anticipating the ultrasound that would allow us to see our baby in the womb and even know if we would have a boy or a girl. I vividly recall watching the black and white images on the screen. And I recall the exciting […]

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Chemo is Over!

Chemo is over! How thankful we are for God’s faithfulness and for the prayers of His people! Michelle has faired well through her surgeries and treatments and appears to be on the road to complete recovery. Of course, those who have walked through the valley of cancer know that recovery doesn’t mean “back to life […]

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“Don’t make us go, Daddy!” We had barely unpacked our suitcases in the hotel room and the battle of wills was already beginning. After a week of doing whatever they wanted whenever they wanted, my then eleven year old son and ten year old daughter were less than enthusiastic about the way this second week […]

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The Calamity of Cancer

Several of Michelle’s students and colleagues from Mt. Washington Middle School participated as a team in the 2012 Komen Louisville Race for the Cure this past Saturday. Only our 14 year old daughter was up for the run but thankfully the event included a 1 mile “Family Walk” for those of us with bad knees […]

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