Poetry / The English Teacher

Good Friday

In the Christian’s life, the celebration of Easter (oh, Glorious Resurrection!) would be woefully incomplete (and wholly misunderstood) without the gruesome truth of Christ’s atoning death on a Roman Cross. We call the day “Good Friday.” How good, for the believer, we cannot fully fathom, until we acknowledge these things: The Holiness of God the … Continue reading

Faith & Truth / Poetry / The English Teacher / The Social Network

You’re Never Too Old or Learned Enough

Do you love it when you come across something new?  So good. For instance, I just discovered a new term. Aubade. Merely pronouncing it reveals my ignorance. Rather than ringing forth with confidence, the word halts for a brief moment before it ventures out, uncertain of its surroundings, having never occupied the air surrounding my head. … Continue reading