Author Archives: Carl Peters
This blog is a review of one I wrote back at the beginning of 2014. (It is also listed above as one of my short booklets.) I feel lead of the Lord to post it here again. Every soul who … Continue reading
This blog was originally posted back in 2013. I have polished it a bit and re-posted it here because the message it broadcasts is more needed today than ever before! The end of the world … as we’ve known it! … Continue reading
When our marriage was young, and our children were younger, we lived in the Grand Junction, Colorado area. Junction was surrounded by heavily-forested mountains, which we called, simply, “The High Country.” Back then our family spent a good amount of … Continue reading
My novels (right hand side of blog) have always been available on Amazon Kindle in the eBook version. Recently, because of a generous offer from Amazon, I have been converting each of my books to print on demand paperbacks, also.
This year, Resurrection Sunday, commonly called Easter, falls on April 16th. On this Sunday each year Christians remember the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. This blog, as well as the one I write for Christmas, has … Continue reading
“And time marches on!” Like the old black and white newsreels would state. Those shorts and cartoons would come on the screen before the Saturday-morning cowboy double features I used to go see at the Butler Theater when I was … Continue reading
On January 12 Susan and I celebrated our sixth wedding anniversary. From time to time one of our friends will ask, in so many words, “So, how’s that ‘unending honeymoon’ thing working out for you guys?”
Again this year, I have decided to post basically the same thoughts in our annual Christmas blog that we have shared in the past. I trust this year’s Christmas post will again be a good reminder to everyone of the … Continue reading
I have known and loved only two women in my lifetime and both of them are described in this sweet story.
Who really won the presidential election? On the surface, we might say that Donald Trump won the election. He worked hard, speaking to millions across the country, stirring them to believe America could be great again.