Poem in Memory of Daniel Wagner

Fiery red hair. Heart of gold and rare. Eyes a piercing blue that looked through you. Hands that created. I was fascinated. Calves of steel. Damon Hill behind his Dad’s wheel. A mind that asked questions. A mouth filled with wise suggestions. Adventure in his...

Poem in Memory of Sandile Ikemefuna

Sandy Sweet as candy. Loved son of his Mother and Father. Special Brother to his Brothers.   An eye for beauty. Stood in the line of duty. Loved music. When he played it was therapeutic. Easy to talk to. Friendship glue. Friendly to all he met. Never a threat....

A Poem in Memory of Greg Hutchinson.

A surfer. Loved by his sister. A son. Loved to run. Trusted Jesus. His death was grievous.   Stuck to the rules of the road. Always carried peoples loads.   Listened to CCFM. Was a gem.   Studied hard and could hit a hockey a ball a hundred yards....

I Am Now Taking Anti Anxiety Medication.

Because of the boldness of a younger friend of mine, I  am now on anti anxiety medication. I was talking to a friend of mine a month or so ago when he revealed to me that he was taking anti depressants. He explained to me his reasons why and that the pills were...

Oppressed by Over 20 Demons.

You may believe what I am about to say, or you may not. But I give you my word – this is a true story. I became a Christian when I was 14. I was born again – the life of God entered my soul. But sadly I did not know that If I opened my life to Satan and...