It's a second look at heroism in the age of the superhero.
Hello friend! I’m the guy hanging out & sharing stories with you from 2 to 7 every weekday afternoon.
I’m a product of the great metropolis of Bloomfield, Montana – population seven. But that doesn’t include the suburbs!
I’m a thirty-something single guy who’s made the Upper Midwest my home since graduating from the University of Northwestern in Saint Paul (though – at the time – it was still just a college!).
I did go to school for radio after my high school English teacher told me I should pursue broadcasting while I was pronouncing a list of names from Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. That’s a totally normal way to decide on a career right?!
My very favorite bible verse is Jeremiah 29:11, and I’m the type of person who can spend two hours solid mesmerized by the bubbles arising out of glass of Sprite.
Thanks for stopping by & look forward to spending the afternoon with you!
We all have people in our lives who are hard to live with or whom we consider to be obnoxious to be around.
God has purpose for our lives, and intends for us to feel joy and happiness.
What happens when God falls silent? This is an opportunity for us to be still before God and others.
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