Forklift Theology

Faith musings from the seat of a forklift.

Churchy Lies

It goes without saying that lying is a bad thing. In the shipping industry, lying can be the difference between getting your freight to its intended destination, and a heavy … Continue reading

04/06/2017 · Leave a comment

Today Necessarily?

We all want what it is that we want. There is no getting around this. I remember, when growing up, that there was a song called “I want to be … Continue reading

31/07/2016 · Leave a comment

Let’s go to the…maybe not.

It’s September. Here in Washington, that means it is time for the Puyallup Fair. Truthfully, I hate it. WHAT? I hate the Puyallup Fair. Allow me to explain. I used … Continue reading

20/09/2015 · Leave a comment

Off Track

Bay doors are quite important. Not only do we back trucks up to them for the sake of loading and unloading, but they are also a part of the physical … Continue reading

28/03/2015 · Leave a comment


Perhaps this is more social commentary this week than forklift based observation of life and faith. However, there is more also more to life than just sitting on a forklift … Continue reading

15/02/2015 · Leave a comment

Get Ready

We all hate it. Hey, we got visitors coming. We need to get everything cleaned up and ready. Arms length sweep from the wall. Trash cans on spot. Are the … Continue reading

01/12/2014 · 2 Comments


People often seem to have a misunderstanding about who Jesus really was and what he really taught. Even Christians are guilty of this. Indeed, some Christians are even willing to … Continue reading

25/05/2014 · Leave a comment


One thing I hate is dealing with broken freight. Broken freight wastes time and can cause serious injuries if mishandled, never minding that it was already mishandled at some point. … Continue reading

21/11/2013 · 2 Comments

Money, Motivation, and Hot Water

The internal combustion engine is an amazing thing. However, amazing though it is, the internal combustion engine can and does get quite hot. In fact, experience has shown me that … Continue reading

20/10/2013 · Leave a comment