"Repentance is but a kind of table-talk, till we see so much of the deformity of our inward nature as to be in some degree frighted and terrified at the sight of it. There must be some kind of an earthquake within us, something that must rend and shake us to the bottom, before we can be enough sensible either of the state of death we are in or enough desirous of that Savior who alone can raise us from it." (William Law, 1686-1761)
Spent a few hours touring two of three ships docked at Patriot's Point, the first being "The Ship That Would Not Die," the mo...
Striking my best "Tom Cruise" in the cockpit of a TF-9F Cougar.
I'd like to share a poem with you. But first, a word from it's creator: "This video is based on footage I shot on marine ves...