About

My name is Rich. God has recently and graciously granted me the privilege of a loving wife and amazing little daughter. I do information technology work for a large Seattle-based medical organization. My hobbies include spending time with my family, reading, and fixing things that are broken.

The purpose of this blog will be to discuss and document what it means to deny oneself for Christ’s sake. I also will provide commentary on contemporary Christian issues and may even post the occasional personal update. A large readership will not be a central aim of this blog, as even if one sinner repents all of heaven will rejoice (Luke 15:7). I pray the Lord will allow my motives to be pure in this regard.

Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy my blog!

3 Responses

  1. Rich,

    I love what you are doing. It seems like you realize that God has put you here to be light on this earth. You are shining brightly. Keep up the great work.

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  2. CL,

    Thank you for the kind words.

    Rich

  3. Hi brother Rich,
    I came across your blog by searching for Paul Washer and I added your blog to my blogroll.
    Sometimes I need to be reminded that he is only a channel, and definitely not the source.
    But thank God for people like PWasher!

    I particularly liked the message from the author: “please tell me in case you think something is wrong” and “don’t believe me, believe the Bible”
    Cristian

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