Chris Wallace bigly won the debate last night
If they let me moderate the debate on Wednesday, here are some questions I would ask Hillary Clinton
RandoM Thing # 1 As a writer, I’m always thinking about dialogue. Listening to the POTUS debate on Monday night I decided that Mr. Trump speaks IN ALL CAPS–EVERYTHING HE SAYS IS […]
I’m probably wrong–but here are some of my expectations for tonight’s big debate between The Real Donald J and HRC
A deep thought I gained during our Tuesday morning 8AM men’s Bible study.
Something I learned a long time ago that has been a blessing.
A review of a series of four books I think you’ll like.
Things changed while I was away.
Its the first day of school around here. Prayer seems in order.
Here is your weekly dose of ridiculous. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I have a thought or two on the Ellen-Usain controversy.
Per my summer tradition, I shaved off my glorious beard after DragonFest 2016 (click here for more info about Dragonfest). I did this in stages–first seeing how it looked with no sideburns, […]
A book review for a book about the good guys against the terrorists fighting it out in the frozen land of Minnesota.
We talked about zombies, bigfoot, Tolkien, Jesus, and tragic contemporary issues.
So I saw Star Trek Beyond. Here is what I thought.
Reading through this months Texas Monthly (just about the best magazine around) and there is an interview/article with Texas writing legend Larry McMurtry. The piece begins with this mesmerizing description of his […]
Below is the Prologue and first chapter of my exciting new thriller, How Great Is the Darkness. If you’re interested in purchasing a copy, click here to go to my Amazon author […]
Yesterday was Pentecost in the Western calendar. For me it was an enjoyable experience because I was able to play the role of theologian during the sermon, which is always fun for […]
A brief review of my new novel, How Great Is The Darkness
Crafty, clever analysis by Greenbean on why Trump is the assumed GOP nominee
Daily confession is good for the soul
Some thoughts on the changes coming to the $20 bill.
I found a new writing tool–at least, new to me.
There are some things I used to be really good at that I’ve apparently forgotten how to do.
Before I get to my predictions, let me complain a bit (I am a Baptist, so complaint is my mother tongue). First, I am baffled as to how Inside Out was not […]
Brief thoughts on the eight films nominated for best picture of 2016, no spoilers.
A quick preview trailer of my upcoming novel.
Big News, Big Changes
A simple recipe for delicious soup
Sometimes I dwell on the ridiculous for far too long.
Spiritual insights from the NFL Wildcard games.
Yesterday my Facebook feed turned into an impromtu writer’s prompt
Some predictions for 2016.
This is the most encouraging news I’ve seen in a long time
Some helpful hints on what to get that special writer in your life.
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I’ve been thinking about this blog since I woke up this morning. I don’t know how it will turn out. I love Thanksgiving because of all…
Some thoughts on creativity from Parker Palmer
I read a book. Here is my review. You might like it. The book, I mean. Maybe the review too.
The Good Dr. Carson might be outside the realm of his particular expertise on this one
In celebration of Spectre’s release, here are my top five James Bond movies
You might want to file this one under “Grumpy Greenbean”
Greetings from Rome? Well, not exactly from Rome . . .
You must welcome one another
Some otherwise random and disconnected thoughts about the announcement of flowing water on Mars
Whatever is not of faith is sin
Should you be concerned about the upcoming Blood Moon?
Romans 13 needs a fresh hearing in our culture.
Kim Davis is a psychological test on the American mind.
“Be transformed.” That pretty much sums it up.
How many times will Trump say “Huge” during the debate?
A book for you to start your week off.
If I were the debate moderator in Wednesday’s debate, these are some of the questions I would ask Mr. Trump