This has been a difficult political season for America to say the least. Campaign presentations are louder, angrier and crazier than this country has ever experienced. However, I hear a faint whisper in my head that says “I’ve seen these people before.” Most pastors have. Who would these candidates resemble if they joined the church? more »
A new Christmas book of 20 readings for devotionals and poems which can be used as worship readings, personal devotionals, and even sermons. The story of Jesus rings true as a divine romp, full of messiness, wedding wine, feasting, sweat, blood, betrayal, passion, resurrection and reckless, inexplicable grace. God doesn’t sanitize the details because grace more »
I saw the lines on my face and realized that i am no less than halfway home. the hard, brilliantly woven road continues. strewn with elation, wonder and tears. destination sure. sweet land that bears no night. arrival time unknown.
We are recording our first interview/workshop in the new studio. I’m excited for all that is ahead. Dr. Waylon Bailey (pictured) will be presenting some teaching from Deuteronomy. I should be sleeping but I’m still up…. The first test went well. Now for the grading and recording of grades. I tried in vain to help more »
Darlene is now on the road back to Tennessee. I’m about to go to bed. Looking forward to returning to work tomorrow to get ready for annual meeting. I’ll be going to FBC Ponchatoula, LA Saturday which will make for a long stretch without time off. But overall I feel like I’l going to be more »
It’s been a good weekend at the LBC Minister’s wives conference. Karen Alexander-Doyel did a great job keynoting. Darlene shared a testimony, We did Anniversary to Remember and Messages. We’ve got to get some rest and then head to Winfield for tomorrow’s worship. I have tomorrow night off. So relieved things are going well right more »
Business meeting was tonight and I had some amazing crawfish étouffée at the church. I dropped off some Wendy’s to Mom and Dad. Today we received some hard news on Jon’s cancer. It seems to have progressed to his jawbone. Praying for a miracle. Darlene is coming in tomorrow night and I’m taking Friday of. We’ll spend the more »
This has been my work for about 2 hours tonight. Getting ready to shut down an old blog. tullos.org. Lots of memories and thoughts about life so far. When I reflected on how life was back about ten years ago I am reminded about how constantly I was weary as a Dad, Pastor, Editor, commuter, more »