Saturday was the CRIM festival of races here in downtown Flint. The CRIM is a festival of foot races and a wheel-chair race held here in Flint for over 25 years. Our hotel was the host hotel and headquarters for the race. We had thousand and thousands in the building through the week, in all […]
Archives for August 2004
Once the older boys and I spent some time doing some odd jobs for a widow. She asked me to get gravel to create bases for some large concrete yard statuary.
This is the covered bridge in the Mohican State Park in Ohio.
A wise man recently told me the secret to overcoming feelings of rejection. He said something like this: “Always know that you have something valuable to give and you will not feel rejected. If you had a stack of one hundred dollar bills to give away you would not care if someone did not want […]
Here is the simple outline of my message on Lamentations 3… “What to Do When Life Hurts.” A number of people have asked for the outline. I hope it nudges you closer to Jesus if you are going through any heartache. God Bless You; Ken
My sweetest childhood memories are of simple things like the tire swing in the big oak out front, playing catch with my Dad, and swimming in the creek. Another of those simple things was chasing fireflies on the lawn as night fell on a summer evening. The bugs only had a small light but they […]
We live in downtown Flint, Michigan. It’s really not the kind of place where folks chat over the backyard fence and swap garden produce and gossip. On the street in downtown Flint, people don’t usually speak to you until you speak to them. Sometimes they don’t speak to you even when you do speak to […]