There is something so fascinating about exploring someone’s life. When I read a good biography, the writer engages me to a really deep degree in terms of trekking the life of the subject in question. The ups and downs, the influences and the detractors, the successes and the failures, what others would not know or […]Read More A Peter Profile: 01 Why Peter?
At the time of writing, my time on earth has been measured to put me in a category of the early forties. My first conscious memory is of an incident when I was maybe three or four years old. This means that I’ve got a recollection of being me for almost four decades. As God […]Read More A Journey in Marriage: Detach and Attach Part 1
People are fascinating. It’s no surprise, then, that the stories of people are fascinating. However full and packed a series of biographies on an individual can be, we won’t know truly everything about that individual. It’s still nevertheless fascinating to explore what we can discover about the person. One of those people who are fascinating […]Read More Adam: What Went Right
Every day, we have the chance to show who is in charge. We make decisions that clearly shows that there are forces that have control in our situation. We make the choices that highlights what has the steering wheel of the vehicle of life. This issue can be a thorny and touchy subject for some. […]Read More Who Rules? Your Kingdom Come
I had a conversation with my first-born and from it I invited her to share what she had to say. The following is given exactly as she expressed it with no editing on my part. I submit this for your consideration. For His Name’s Sake Shalom C. L. J. Dryden As the oldest daughter, […]Read More Conforming to Conflict
He had two options. If he was to go, he would get be with Jesus and that would be the ultimate bliss. He had that sense of security of knowing where he would go and how much better it would be for him. Then, however, he acknowledged that if he was to stick around, it […]Read More Dryden Shorts – To Live …
He had told them what would happen. He told them that He would go to Jerusalem. He told them that He would be betrayed. He told them that He would be taken and crucified. He told them that after three days, He would rise from the dead. He outlined that to them. Not just once. […]Read More Why Would You Look For Him Here?