Might as well face it we’re addicted to Spam.



In the early 1990’s, during the infancy of the internet, the first “spam” posts began to appear. Some were peddling dubious products, some were claiming the end of humanity and fulfillment of prophecy. As technology grew, so too did spam and it’s infiltration into the information you and I see every day.

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Child’s Play


Hidden within this maze is the name of each of my 5 children. You don’t have to find the names, but print out this epic maze and see if you can solve. Start at the white opening at the top left and end at the bottom right.
Download / Print Maze


You are what you think.

Be the king of your domain, the emperor of your mind.
Proverbs 23:7 shows us that you are not what you say you are. You are not even what you act like you are. You are what you think.
Want to be happy? Think happy thoughts. Want to be successful? Stop dwelling on failure. These thoughts may not manifest themselves in the way you think they should, but they will change who you are.

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.” — Philippians 4:8


Let’s Play a Game.

I sure like a good puzzle.
In fact, I enjoy both making and solving puzzles. In this case, I created this one. Back about 20 or so years ago, I used to sell puzzle books full of cryptograms, mazes, and other games of my own design. Back then, I simply used graphing paper to draw mazes just like this one when I was bored or listening to a lecture or audio book. In this case, I used Microsoft Paint and drew it all pretty much freehand, pixel by pixel. I’ve got one more maze coming that will be several times bigger.
Feel free to download this and either edit or print it out– and be on the lookout for the next one that I’ve already began. If you want to send me your solve, email it to [email protected] — be sure to use the word MAZE in the subject line.