In the Algonquin Wilderness my Nalgene sustained major damage. The bottle is still functional but the strap holder broke off. Today I treated myself to a new one–a lovely shade of blue and strong enough to survive a nuclear blast. A thing of beauty. It’s just one of life’s simple pleasures. Everyone should own at […]
Everywhere I have ever gone, I have noticed that people are open to human touches – friendliness, compliments, smiles, gifts, tips, kindness, appreciation, a listening ear. These are the kinds of things that nurture human relations. It is in the exchange of human relations that we influence others for eternity. Ministry to people depends on […]
I’m headed here this morning to hike and teach the Bible to a group of young people. Yesterday on the plane I was meditating on 2 Corinthians 4:6 and I noticed a mention of the Creator God: For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our […]
https://kenpierpont.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/dads-new-podcast3.mp3 Here’s a short story about stories pulled out of a recent talk I gave. podcast produced by Daniel Pierpont
Do you believe there is such a thing as soul-thirst? I do. Deep down in the heart of every person is a thirst only Jesus can quench. I once directed a Christian ministry housed in a sixteen-story hotel in Michigan. The hotel was built on the river. One morning one of the children was looking […]
Here is the title story from my book Sunset on Summer. Download and enjoy. Let me know what you think. https://kenpierpont.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/01-sunset-on-summer-story2.mp3 Sunset on Summer Thanks to Daniel for producing the podcast.
I do have a wife. This is a picture of her and our youngest daughter.
Our daughters Holly, Heidi, Hannah, and Hope are singing this month in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Last week one of the places they sang was Pigeon Roost Community House of Prayer. It was a tiny, neat church hidden in the hills of Kentucky, hill after green, forested hill from a town of any size. […]
Mexico–May 2006 In May 2006 I skipped my graduate school commencement and Chuk skipped his college graduation ceremony to take advantage of a missionary opportunity. Our family went with an evangelistic team to Mexico. One evening we visited a tiny, humble village on Lake Chapala. Most of the streets in the village were dirt. The […]
I brought this post to the top of my site because I mentioned it in my message Sunday morning. Be sure you follow the link at the end of my essay. Do you know who Janice Meredith Wilson is? You should. Let me get on my soapbox here for a minute and then I will […]