My name is Edward L. Bromfield; Ed or Eddie to most folks; I’m really not a very formal person. I am married to a wonderful woman for 40 years, have two beautiful daughters and two wonderful grandchildren. Both my daughters are married to wonderful husbands, and it pleases me to have lived long enough to see both of them fulfilling their lifelong dreams while walking with the Lord.
I enjoy living in central, eastern Pennsylvania in an old farm house in the Blue Mountains. Among my favorite past-times are enjoying my grandchildren, discussing things about Jesus with folks who enjoy such discussions, and simply enjoying my family and the times we are together.
I am the administrator of Smoodock’s Blog, and attend a Bible believing church. I’d rather not point out its denomination, because it may not necessarily endorse all of what I claim here, although we would agree upon all we are willing to die for. I am a Sunday school teacher and really enjoy sharing Christ in this way.
I am over 65 and getting older, but I’m fine with that; I have learned to appreciate each stage of my life, from youth to the present. Looking back I am surprised with the brevity, disappointed with how much I’ve really learned, amused with how serious I have taken myself, and glad for Jesus in my life. I am a husband, a father, a grandfather and a Christian, and I’m still learning how to to be good at what I am. I like to read, but I appreciate most reading about things that concern my faith. I suppose I am focused, but probably not as retentive as I would like to be.
Awhile back I fell in love with the book of Acts and have decided to make this book together with my thoughts about Luke and Paul the theme of this blog. I think there is a lot to learn about the Gospel by concentrating on a theme such as this. At least I hope to learn more as the Spirit is willing to open the Scriptures. Perhaps in the process we can learn together. I pray this will be so. I love to interact with others in these things, as it helps the learning process. I do believe the Bible is God’s word for us, so it will be assumed he is correct, and we are learning. May God bless one and all who read this blog and especially those who choose to participate through commenting.
Eddie (Email address: email@example.com)