Our Apology

Some of the stuff on this site is embarrassing. A lot of the stories are from a long time ago. I have gone from hardcore pagan to hardcore fundamentalist to a feeble attempt at living the Christian life.

During the process, I have made a lot of mistakes and said some dumb things. Only because of the grace of God, has there been a few changes. As David Powlison once said,

God is pleased with shuffling.

Though there are a lot of things that I have done that I don’t believe or practice any longer, I choose to write about my life in “raw form” because I want my children to know it has not been a bed of roses.

I can only hang my head in sadness at some of these stories. It is as it was, according to my perspective. I am genuinely sorrowful where Christ was not glorified. I rejoice in those places where I appropriated His grace.

What’s Your Point?

My motive for writing was born out of a desire to know my father, the good, bad, and ugly of his life. It didn’t happen. That ship sailed before my 20th birthday. The other motive to write is because of the encouragement I find in King David’s life. He was real.

A real failure.

A real success.

The entire sordid story is laid out in the Bible for our instruction and edification. My dad did not give me that kind of review of his life but I can give that gift to my children.

I hope you find these stories helpful. They are for you, my beloved children.

Dad
A debtor to mercy!

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2 thoughts on “Our Apology

  1. Wimmmm says:

    Yo Bro,
    you might be the biggest sinner although I am not certain of that, but I am the chief. You don’t have anything on me. You can Just Call Me Lot.
    Luv the pic’s

  2. Andea Branagan says:

    I was diagnosed two days after Thanksgiving. I am a born again Christian. I love my Lord, but I am really struggling with the report. I’m trying to stay strong for my husband and children and grandchildren, but wow, it’s difficult. Hearing about Lucia pricked my heart. I will be holding your family in prayer.

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