I’m a lifelong Texan, still married to my high school sweetheart with a couple of mostly grown kids that bring a lot of joy to my life.

I’ve been a youth minister for a few years after a life of woodworking, computers, cabinetmaking, database design, computer drafting, small business management & consulting, and various other things.

After taking a couple of decades to raise our kids, my wife & I are back in college and having a great time with it.

I really like coffee, backpacking, motorcycles, kayaking, and I’ve recently started playing around with triathlons.

Be Blessed!
Michael Honza


4 Responses to “About McHonza”

  1. 1 Amie Cherry July 17, 2009 at 3:57 pm

    Great Blog, I look forward to reading more! Good Luck with spreading GOD’s word and touching lives!!

  2. 2 Bethany Graves July 17, 2009 at 6:59 pm

    Very Good blog, made me stop and think…
    Nice Job,

  3. 3 Stavros October 4, 2009 at 11:07 pm

    “As Dude said in The Big Lebowski, “You’re not wrong Walter, you’re just an ass-hole.”
    Dawkins is brilliant as a scientist, but he is lacking as a philosopher.
    The atheist community have shown itself to possess the same strengths and weaknesses as any other community of belief, the most dangerous being groupthink.
    Pointing out “unreasonable faith”, doesn’t actually make someone reasonable.”

    When you do one of these drive by post on a blog and never respond back to the comment that you left, it makes it look like you have something to hide and cowardly.

    Why bother?

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I've had a strange relationship with faith for as long as I can remember. My journey has gone from doing what I was told, to questioning, to doubting, to abandon, to wonder, to play along, to work against, to open up, to change, to embrace, to wonder, to doubt, to work towards, and to keep searching for better answers. Our various understandings of faith are deeply personal. Sharing those understandings can be very helpful to ourselves as well as others.

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