After three years of posting, the blog will be closing, though
the Old Truth site will remain up and you will still find past
postings, videos, and resources.
I've enjoyed interacting with many of you and posting on so many
of the issues that effect today's church. I have, as of late
experienced some medical problems that make it impossible for me to
continue blogging at this time. I recently learned that I have
"Non Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver" which will require a liver
transplant in order to survive beyond the next several years. For
the past month I've spent a double-digit number of hours per day
sleeping and have lost over 60 pounds in water retention. As
some of you know, I've also been battling broken bones this last
year, several of which are still giving me some problems.
Through all of this, my family and
church in Milwaukee have been incredibly supportive, and I'd
like to thank them all. A special thanks goes out to Chad who
has not only helped me with blogging through the months, but has
also been a loyal friend and brother in the Lord. I am looking to
the Lord through all of this and know that he has good that comes
from these things (Romans 8:28). I'm at a loss as to how
unbelievers are able to make it through these types of things
without looking to the Lord for strength.
I would love to return to blogging one day, perhaps after I
receive a transplant, but that may be months or even a couple of
years. For right now, I've been told to expect to get more sick as the
months go on, so needless to say - I have some big challenges ahead
of me. I do hope that the Old Truth website will continue to be a
valuable resource for people. Until I get the site
reorganized, use the menus in the left and right margins of this
page to navigate your way around, or use the Google search box to
the left to search this site. Commenting has been turned off.
Though I am currently very behind in answering emails, you can feel free to
send me a message. Thanks again to all of my regular readers and participants
on the blog; I've learned more from you over the years than you have
from me; you have been a blessing to me.