Forklift Theology

Faith musings from the seat of a forklift.

Category Archives: Ceremonial and Moral Law

Take a Break!

Sometimes we just need to take a break. Over the years, I’ve had times where I just needed to step away for a minute or two, think things over, and … Continue reading

21/02/2016 · Leave a comment

Which Jesus is which?

Sometimes large loads require a pilot vehicle. The reason for this is simple. Some loads are just so large that the truck hauling it needs another vehicle to run ahead, … Continue reading

24/01/2016 · Leave a comment

The Guilt Driven Church

Nobody likes feeling guilty. Nobody likes being confronted regarding something. Especially true when being asked about damaged freight. Guilt is a natural reaction to wrong doing, usually. However, sometimes people … Continue reading

01/11/2015 · Leave a comment

I’m Offended……GOOD!

We don’t always like the things we hear at work. Sometimes we really hate what we hear, and we can become indignant. Even worse, we might even become offended. What … Continue reading

04/10/2015 · Leave a comment

Excuses, Excuses.

What? No picture? Why? What is your excuse? I don’t have one. Huh? I have no excuse for not having a picture, nor do I have a picture. That is … Continue reading

16/08/2015 · Leave a comment

UnMarked?

Tattoos. They are quite popular in our culture. Indeed, as is evident in the image above, some of my co-workers have them. Some, like the one above, are quite awesome … Continue reading

19/07/2015 · Leave a comment
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