• Parable of The Lost Key

    In Luke chapter 15 Jesus tells a group of tax collectors and “sinners” three parables about a lost sheep, a lost coin, and a lost son. Either one of the three had the potential of remaining lost. The sheep that had wandered […]

  • 10-Year Checkup

    Are you facing hardships and difficulties in your life? Many are. Are there difficult choices you could make that could alter the trajectory of your life? What’s holding you back? Most people are stopped from making difficult choices by one powerful thing: […]

  • Upcoming New England Event – April 14, 2018

    Saturday, April 14, 2018 The Music Hall Loft Portsmouth, NH Hello, friends. I’m headed to New England! A new chapter of my life started back in 2008 on the Appalachian Trail on a Sunday morning when God said, “Write what I tell […]

  • The Christmas Cactus

    In John 3, Jesus is having a conversation with Nicodemus. Jesus was speaking truth to Nicodemus about being born again. Nicodemus was having problems trying to grasp that concept. It’s during this discourse that we find one of the most-read and quoted […]

  • Travel Travails and Tattoos

    I travel quite a bit in my life of book sales and speaking engagements. I used to enjoy exploring new places along the journey from point A to point B. Oftentimes, I would even take a different route home just to try […]

  • Reader Mail: “Let’s Go Left”

    Dear Mr. Stutzman (Apostle Paul), I just finished reading Hiking Through and thought I’d share the impact ofyour story on me. Hiking Through was loaned to me by a gentlemen I recently met in New Hampshire. Like you, he lost his wife to […]

  • Giving Back: Notes from Camino

    I was walking down the concourse at the Fresno, California Airport when I spotted several of my books. I admit, as humbly as possible, that never gets old. Two little miracles I called them. Oh yes, I’ve dragged my already jet-lagged body […]

  • Father Mike in Muxia: Notes from Camino

    It’s raining cats and dogs here in Santiago. At least that’s what’s two people told me. That would explain all the critters we saw as we hiked through farms and towns. I enjoy little serendipitous moments when they occur. Today, one did. […]

  • A Hostel Environment: Notes from Camino

    About a year ago, I was on a bus ride with a load of cousins, friends, potential future friends, in-laws, outlaws, and the owner of the bus company, my cousin Dave. Dave actually meets most of the aforementioned criteria. It was a […]

  • Kilometer 0: Notes from Camino

    I have reached kilometer 0. There is no more trail unless I hike back to Santiago. I won’t. I’m done hiking. My pants are ripped, my shoes are shot, my feet hurt. I do have an awesome tan, though. I can also […]