There are some words nowadays that you don’t ever want to be labeled with. This is one of them.
It’s okay to plant the seeds and watch God work.
It’s okay to be honest about how you feel during the holidays. Just ask Mr. Rogers…and Jesus.
We all experience rejection on some level. Thankfully, Jesus can relate.
My oldest daughter Kori feels comfortable talking to me about everything…everything. It’s something that I unequivocally cherish. Lately, believe it or not, we’ve been discussing theology. Not in the traditional seminary sense, but rather in the “I-have-a million-questions-about-God-and-stuff, and-I’m-going-to-throw-them-at-you-all-at-once” sense. Behold…a sampling of the deeply theological and highly spiritual questions from the astute mind of […]
That question has haunted me all week…
My oldest daughter’s birthday party reminded me of something very special.
I’m so grateful that He is faithful…especially when I’m not.
Leave me out of the limelight…and just let my life speak.
Rest is seriously underrated…ask my wife and I.
A lesson learned on my “not-so” day off…
Can we ever really “play catch up” with time?
Being in a household full of women has taught me, and is teaching me, the value of a listening ear.
I’ve asked God that question a lot lately.