In my little corner of the world, there has been much talk recently about calling on God for help in times of trouble. While many want God to come to their rescue at a moment's notice, few seem willing to struggle and wrestle in prayer...instead praying haphazardly or 'as if you're shouting into the wind.' "In . . .
I'm a man living in a point of singularity, the collision between left brain and right, both by training and vocation. I am a theologian-engineer, a philosopher-scientist, a dreamer-pragmatic.. . .
I just found this great animation of the radar returns from Ike. As a point of reference, the very center of this image (i.e., the NWS radar) is located about 1 mile from our house. While we got hammered by the wind, the line of thunderstorms that blew through the following morning caused the majority of water damage for . . .
By no deliberate choice of my own, I read the following words from Dr. Luther the morning after Hurricane Ike had ravaged our part of the world between Galveston and Houston. In fact, while reading this, the wind was still blowing, our roof was still leaking, and shingles occasionally left their happy abode on our roof and drifted to . . .
Wow! The last week has been a whirlwind (no pun intended) of weather and activity in and around the Houston-Galveston area. With my family safely tucked away in Lake Charles, LA, I weathered the storm with no major incidents. Sure, we'll get a new roof and fence, but all in all, we fared quite well. No major damage . . .