A real life adventure along historic Route 66 in a 40-year-old convertible helps us see that 'road trip' is a metaphor for life's 'dash.' It does matter what we believe. We cannot mesh in worldly values with Christ's purity. Our relationship with God is reflected through our relationship with others while on this life's journey. Our travelers' goal of making it home seemed implausible, but our God makes all things possible. Our final destination is certain when we walk with Him. qThey said it couldn't be done, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way.q Casey Stengel Dr. R.M. Shuffett's interest in travel and adventure dates back to childhood dreams of becoming an Indy Car driver while pushing the lawn mower around 'laps'- or the 'Lone Ranger' while riding his Shetland pony, mentally transported to cowboy and Indian 'badlands.' He was inspired by a locomotive ride. And a road trip vacation to Washington, D.C. forged an excitement to seek out more of the unfamiliar road ahead Dr. Shuffett is a Christian veterinarian (DVM, Auburn 1980), faithful husband to wife Ruthie, and dad to Hilary, Jessica, Brian, and John. He is a member and trustee of the Greensburg, Kentucky Church of the Nazarene. He considers himself fortunate to be able to travel scenic rural central Kentucky roads daily seeing God's creation and his myriad animal patients!The car jumped a creek like the a#39;General Leea#39; a#39;69 Dodge Charger would later famously do in a#39;The Dukes of Hazarda#39;. ... Dave goes to the trunk and gets his 2007 Mopar High Performance parts catalogue that he traveled with out of his suitcase.
|Author||:||R Michael Shuffett DVM|
|Publisher||:||Xulon Press - 2009-07-01|