Following Jesus and Fishing along the Way

My latest book is a little different. I love the outdoors and spend a great deal of time outside. We are blessed to live in the middle of the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan’s Upper Penisula. This book is a collection of forty plus stories and lessons learned from a lifetime spent exploring and enjoying the great outdoors. 

Following Jesus Cover

The adventures began in the hills of southern Indiana in the 1950’s. It was a time when hunting and fishing were just a part of life, and life itself was simple. From the hills of southern Indiana, I eventually end up living in the vast forests of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

For nearly forty years, my wife Linda and I have resided on a small spring fed lake smack-dab in the middle of the Hiawatha National Forest twenty miles from the closest small town.

When you spend a lifetime in God’s great outdoors, you will naturally have many adventures. Some are humorous, some may be dangerous, but all of them leave their own story and lesson in life.

A sample of the stories included are:

Terror in the Night * Never Pick a Skunk Up by the Tail * Treed by a Bear * Suicide Cave * The Shrinking Catfish * One Mad Water Moccasin * Bear Attack

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Why do Evolutionists care what Christians believe?

Occasionally, I post evidence showing evolution has never occurred and in fact, cannot happen. When I do it always draws a lot of criticism from those that believe in evolution. It is to them that this blog is directed.

Some comments are simply for my enlightenment, but many are downright hateful and a few I have to delete because of foul language. Why do those that believe in evolution care what Christians believe? I hope anyone that leaves a comment on this will read the whole article first, otherwise, it will be obvious in their answer if they didn’t.

This zealous criticism seems to be one-sided since those that believe in creation are not attacking the evolutionists for their belief. Continue reading