Lessons From A Train Window

A few weeks ago, I took a day to go into Washington DC to enjoy some of what our nation’s capitol has to offer. The weather was sunny yet a bit chilly. The crowds were minimum. And the day was great as I … Enjoyed the Smithsonian Museums to the National Zoo. Perused the gardens... Continue Reading →

A Fresh Start

What do you do when you make a mistake? Do you cover it up? Ignore it? Laugh it off? What about when life just takes you in a direction you weren’t expecting? Wouldn’t it be great to just have a do-over? A mulligan? A fresh start? A new year brings new hope - new enthusiasm... Continue Reading →

Busyville

Stop decorating the fish. I don’t normally write about a book I haven’t read, but I came across a blog recently that explored Yishai Ashlag’s and Kristen Cox’s book Stop Decorating the Fish: Which Solutions to Ignore and which Problems Really Matter. It looks intriguing as it builds upon the dangerous concept concept “tyranny of... Continue Reading →

Call to Pray

Pray when you feel like it. Pray when you don’t feel like it. Pray ‘till you feel like it. - Stephen Olford So many things we could do in the 1440 minutes you have today. But little can be more important that prayer. Will you pray?

Monday Minute 5.3 (makes you think)

60 seconds to make you think. And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to... Continue Reading →

DAY 8 – Road Trip ’21

DAY 8 - Men’s Summit What is real achievement? What do you do that really means something - eternally? This trip, I came to Dallas for a few reasons … I desired a break - some time away. I love what I do, and being there brings me joy. But God made us creatures designed... Continue Reading →

DAY SIX – Road Trip ‘21

DAY SIX - the end of myself ... It was deceptive - getting me hooked and then pulling all sense of hope out from under me. It was dangerous - 30 inch cliff trails, loose rock, and not a small fall to my doom. It was death - pushing me beyond what I thought I... Continue Reading →

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