Forklift Theology

Faith musings from the seat of a forklift.

Monthly Archives: September, 2013


Accidents happen. That is a fact of life. Nobody goes looking for them. Matters little whether its two forklifts colliding due to a wet floor or a strap hitting somebody … Continue reading

29/09/2013 · Leave a comment

Get to work.

In the warehouse, there are many attitudes regarding the various jobs that need accomplishing. They vary from enthusiastic to apathetic. Often, the attitudes vary in accordance with a given job. … Continue reading

26/09/2013 · Leave a comment


In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus told a parable regarding a manager who dealt dishonestly in the belongings of his master. The manager was about to lose his position. Being … Continue reading

22/09/2013 · Leave a comment

Roll with it.

Wednesday and Friday nights get pretty hectic where I work. Especially in the flatbed yard. Understand that flatbed trailers are frequently used for really heavy, awkward, or over-sized freight. This … Continue reading

14/09/2013 · Leave a comment


In the dictionary I keep up on the bookshelf is the word “gully”, which is a type of valley. Also in that self same dictionary is the word “gullible” which … Continue reading

09/09/2013 · 2 Comments


Moses had led the children of Israel for forty years. Now, Joshua would lead them into the promised land. However, before they could enter, and before he died, Moses had … Continue reading

08/09/2013 · Leave a comment

In Water?

Lets be practical. Getting stuck in a mud puddle sucks. Even more so if you are stuck due to lost traction on one side or the other of a forklift. … Continue reading

02/09/2013 · 3 Comments


It goes without saying that we are all prone to wanting to be better than everyone else. Indeed, many have been the new guy in the warehouse who is out … Continue reading

01/09/2013 · Leave a comment