Faith musings from the seat of a forklift.
Welcome to Forklift Theology. This blog is about the relevance of scripture in our modern life from the view of a forklift operator. I do in fact drive forklift as my regular daily job. Thus, I am not a priest, just an ordinary guy. I publicly confess my faith as a Christian of the Lutheran tradition. My faith tradition may periodically flavor my viewpoint, but I use the scripture as presented in the Holy Bible and my own life experiences as the source material for my postings here. Please understand, though, that I am quite “rough and tumble” in my approach. This means I will say those things that you may not hear in church and I am not politically correct about it. I may also say things that people disagree with. However, that is because I am writing from the view of a forklift operator. Enjoy.
Disclaimer: I am in no wise affiliated with any particular ministry or any other Christian websites. I am merely a member of a Lutheran Church Missouri Synod congregation. However, the views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of either my home church nor those of the LCMS. Here I stand. I can do no other.
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Note that I am a member of Grace Lutheran in Tacoma. Aside from writing this blog I am active in amateur radio and enjoy riding my scooter on weekends.