Month: January 2007

Wild At Heart: Bring your Band of Brothers!

Wild At Heart: Bring your Band of Brothers!

Here are some of the issues we need to deal with as we look at being a Real Man:
1. The Heart of a Man
2. The Poser and the Question
3. The Wound
4. How to Heal the Wound
5. A Battle to Fight
6. An Adventure to Live
7. A Beauty to Rescue
8. A Band of Brothers

This will help you REALLY Live!

“Every Man Dies; Not Every Man Really Lives.” ~ William Wallace, in Braveheart

My First Band of Brothers

My First Band of Brothers


These are my best friends on earth. I love these men dearly. The brothers of mine deserve great eternal rewards for being willing to put up with a shlub like me. We began to meet together in close community in the early weeks of 2003. This picture is of us together at a nice home on some acreage in Brownwood, Texas on March 14, 2004.

Kent Welkener, Neil Schultz, Paul Rasmussen, Mark Munden
This is My Son, Whom I Love

This is My Son, Whom I Love


When I first met him, he came out of his mommy’s tummy (at least that’s where we tell him he’s from). When I first laid eyes on him, the first words that I could think of were God the Father’s words about Jesus at His baptism: “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” (Matthew 3:17 NASB)

He’s now two and a half years old, and I am so proud of him! I am WELL pleased with him.

Please pray for him that he grows to become a mighty man of God as he learns to be obedient to his daddy and mommy. He’s going to have a baby sister soon, so he’s going through some major changes right now, but I’m sure that God will use our consistent love and presence to help him be secure through it all.

Wellspring Guitar

Wellspring Guitar

I have been teaching people how to play the guitar since 1994. I love it. I have my own website now that can be seen at www.wellspringguitar.com.

I call it “Wellspring Guitar” because of Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) which says, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.” The heart is central to who we are and what we do. Not to mention, the name also has much to do with our house church, Wellspring Church. They’re connected in the sense that I am the instructor of the guitar teaching business, and I am a volunteer leader for the church.

Check it out some time. If you’re interested, perhaps take a lesson or two! 🙂