A Friend Who Remains – A Tribute to Gordon Glynn

Posted 05.02.2023

“There are places I’ll remember All my life, though some have changed Some forever, not for better Some have gone and some remain All these places had their moments With…friends, I still can recall… In My Life- John Lennon & Paul McCartney Life can bite hard sometimes, and no one knows this better than my […]

“You’re Dead to Me.” – The Gordon Glynn Story

Posted 04.30.2023

When it comes to petitioning the Almighty on behalf of their recalcitrant children with serious chemical dependencies, desperate mothers call for desperate measures. And the mother of former pro skateboarder and TV star, Brandon Novak, was desperate. No less so, was the mother of Gordon Glynn, then a California teen who was neither famous like […]

“The Doctor is In”: McMullin’s Mission

Posted 01.31.2023

  “Should not I pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than 120,000 persons who do not know their right hand from their left” (Jonah 4:11)? Dr. Doug McMullin is a tall, self-effacing man with chiseled features, a ready smile and a Lincolnesque demeanor. He immediately inspires trust. And for the population […]

“Brother, I’m a Murderer” – Part II

Posted 10.13.2022

 “Brother, I’m a Murderer, Too” Read Part 1 of “Brother, I’m a Murderer, Too “Bed ‘n Booze” Left to fend for himself out on the streets, Evan was running out of options. He couldn’t see how he could sink any lower. Then he received an offer he couldn’t refuse­­­­—of a free “Bed n’ Booze.” A […]

“Brother, I’m a Murderer, Too”

Posted 10.13.2022

“Brother, I’m a Murderer, Too”(Part One) Evan Cook was a blind man. For most of his life, he stumbled around in the dark, latching onto anything that would help him escape what lay buried deep within the recesses of his heart. But there was no escape from the shame, bitterness and festering self-hatred that had […]