While not exactly a genre, I wrote a few poems for my and my son's poetry book, published in 2012. Not everyone's cup of tea, I get that, but fun for those like my son and me. I'll be back at the helm next week. Until then...adieu. “Heavy Metal” By Rob Weddle To those in … Continue reading Heavy Metal Poetry
A couple weeks ago at work I was in one of my meditation times at lunch--that's when I shut the door, turn out the lights and put on whatever music I'm in the mood for--when a thought hit me: "Love knows no limits, love knows no boundaries, love draws no lines in the sand." Ya … Continue reading Love Draws No Lines in the Sand
We moved from one house to another this past week, and a curious tidbit of information was brought to my attention by my daughter, Jess. “Dad, did you notice we all stressed out at different times during this whole thing? It was kind of cool how we all didn’t go crazy at the same time, … Continue reading Try Not to be Anxious
Due to my work with prisoners, in helping to facilitate their education in Bible and Theology, Christian Education and Intercultural Studies, a friend from church had a question for me a couple weeks ago: “A good friend of mine is coming to the service this morning, an ex-convict. They’re having trouble finding a job due … Continue reading Never Too Lost to be Found
It’s true that God is light. “This is the message God has given us to pass on to you: that God is Light and in him is no darkness at all. (1 John 1:5, emphasis mine)” Which is why I was stumped when I ran across this verse while reading 1st Kings 8: “The Lord … Continue reading Does God Dwell in Darkness?
I was driving to work the other morning, about 6:30 a.m. or so. It was a two-way street with only one lane going each way, and even though there was nobody behind me for miles, a small sports car felt the need to pull right out in front of me. Now, I’m normally a calm … Continue reading A Life of Rage (aka “Lower Your Sights”)