Archive for January, 2014

Many times, I hear Christian believers say, “Oh, just pray about it.” In today’s world, we see much strife, stress, drugs, abuse, crime, corruption, human trafficking, etc. This behavior is growing exponentially,  along with people giving up on learning, and actually joining the wrong mix.

When you mix today’s problems with the lack of learning, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand society has major problems.

Christian friends prayer is worthless without works. You can pray all day in the middle of a desert, “Dear Lord, please send me food.” There is a great chance you will die of starvation. The same goes for society. If we sit idle, without rising up, to counter the trend of degradation, society as we know it will die too.

James 2: 14-17 : 14 What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? 15 If a brother or sister is naked and destitute of daily food, 16 and one of you says to them, “Depart in peace, be warmed and filled,” but you do not give them the things which are needed for the body, what does it profit? 17 Thus also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.




Drums- A Haiku

Hit with hands or sticks

Rhythms pulsate causing dance

The heart of music.

2014 Albert Moyer, Jr.

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In between our freezing days in Texas, I got out and shot some photos of trees and moss. Moss has a beauty about it, especially when blowing in the wind. I hope you all enjoy the photos.

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2014 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography

The Lone Star Water Tower

Posted: January 21, 2014 in Photography


The Lone Star Water Tower

2014 Albert Moyer, Jr.

Photo taken at the Houston Farm and Ranch Club

Quick Kicked-Up Vegetarian Nachos

Posted: January 14, 2014 in Food


Quick Kicked-Up Nachos

2014 Albert Moyer, Jr.

A nice handful of organic corn tortilla chips

A nice handful of meatless crumbles

A nice handful of shredded Monterrey Jack and Cheddar cheese blend

Black Bean and Corn Pico De Gallo

A little green salsa

A dollop of sour cream (optional)

Layer the chips, meatless crumbles, and cheese and microwave until melted. Top other ingredients. Enjoy!

Here are a few photos from Grapevine, Texas during the holidays. One fabulous Texas city! 2013 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography

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NFL Meetings Football

Super Bowl – A Haiku

Two teams collide hard

Spectators loudly cheer them

Only one victor

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.

Over the holidays, I grabbed my cell and took a photo of my parent’s beautiful orange tree. Unfortunately, these oranges are bitter. They look beautiful, but the only serve to work as a marinade for meat, or one could make a bitter marmalade from them. I can only stare at them, enjoy their beauty, and think, “Why are you not sweet?”


My Parent’s Orange Tree

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.


Polar Vortex – A Haiku

Big arctic cyclone

Less sea ice and snow cover

Nature blasts us back

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.

I meant to post this photo a few weeks back, but I got side tracked with the holidays, and all that was going on. It is one of the most vibrant colors of red leaves I have ever seen in Houston. We truly had four seasons this year.  Enjoy!


The Red Colors Of Fall

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography