“Losing Faith”? Win or Die??

Read a dual-affect blog recently. Dual because it was both interesting and sad all at once. My take-away was the all-too-usual punchline which  the author certainly did not intend: Win or die… “the trump card” in a figure of speech. It was based on the only logical “ace” he could play: flawed, finite human knowledge, … Continue reading

Last (I think, heh!) October Tour Update!

SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 GK electric Blues jam with friends, bit of cigarbox git blues too Rain or Shine: SUNDAY OCTOBER 15 GK leads worship, brings message Sun. 10:45a.m. 231 W Avenue & Route 55  Shelby, IN 46377 https://www.facebook.com/shelbyindianalighthousechurch ———————————————————————————– SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 GK Solo @ Shelby, IN 6p.m. 231 W Avenue & Route 55 Shelby, IN … Continue reading

Guns, Safety, Reality

This will not be an easy read for you no matter your position on the issues. I shoot, hunt AND favor gun control. Love or hate me from either side of the fence and unless you aren’t willing to think -or are prone to depression and anxiety -read on. I am fully disgusted with maiming, … Continue reading

Resting Space.

Last night after flying home from tour and dinner with Wendi, checking in with family, friends and such, I took a few moments alone. Our side yard garden is a continual gift. It isn’t the woods where I love to be but a one-minute walk out our door and we have flowers, plants, lots of … Continue reading

Next Up for GK Touring

FRIDAY – SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 1 -GK Teaching, Music @ North Stonington, CT Camp Wightman 207 Coal Pit Hill Rd, North Stonington, Connecticut 06351 At the FBC Meridan. CT -Retreat- September 29 – October 1 -Sep 29 at 7 PM to Oct 1 at 3 PM EDT- 203.237.5529 http://meridenfbc.org/ ————————————————————————- SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 … Continue reading

Perfectionism, Order, Safety?

Not. In. This. World. And if/when we push ourselves to the extreme view we must NOT be considered less than perfect, that our life/family/home/car/artistic offerings are less than perfect, orderly, approachable by those with the highest standards, we then may feel we’ve achieved a good measure of safety. But it ain’t so. No matter how … Continue reading