Five Universal Human Longings (Psalm 139) I love to preach on the Psalms. One of my favorites Psalms is Psalm 139. Early this summer I was asked to speak at my brother Kevin’s church in beautiful Higgins Lake, Michigan. While I was there I preached on Psalm 139 and he recorded it. Visit his audio […]
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ARE YOU CLOSE ENOUGH TO DRIVE? Dr. Bill Thrasher is here this week for a series of Spiritual Enrichment. He will speak at 7:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The meetings are especially for those involved in the programs here but they are open to the public. Dr. Thrasher has written three great books: Living the […]
This weekend I have also been re-reading The Living Great Lakes by Jerry Dennis. Jerry is a great Michigan writer and the Great Lakes are a great subject. I discovered a little autobiography of Vance Havner last week entitled “Three Score and Ten.” It’s a treasure. Vance Havner preached all over the country and wrote […]
When I was asked to do the job I currently have I knew it was humanly impossible for me to do what needed to be done. I told Mr. Gothard so. I said, “I feel I am inadequate to do what you need me to do.” He smiled and said, “Well, good. That way you […]
If you get a chance take a look at my wife’s xanga blog. She has some cute pictures there and a little surprise.
These pictures are of me (Ken Pierpont) and a litte girl named Lois Gail Hatton, when we were both about six years old. We wouldn’t meet for another twelve or thirteen years.
I am reading the complete works of Henry VanDyke. He is well-known as the author of “The Other Wise Man,” and the words to “Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee.” I am currently reading the first of the eighteen-volume set: “Little Rivers.” Little Rivers is a collection of outdoor essays. He writes of trout fishing and […]
Kyle and Elizabeth Pierpont
Here is a little bonus. About five years ago I send a pastoral epistle to the church that I founded with a few other families in beautiful central Ohio. Here is that letter:
We spent the weekend at Higgins Lake where Daniel and Wesley and I enjoyed the fellowship of my brother Kevin and his family. (Without Kevin none of you would have the Stonebridge Newsletter). Dan, Wes and I camped out in their beautiful backyard, complete with a nice fire ring. We enjoyed his beautiful family. The […]