You know I love me some Tar Heels. Don’t let your loyalty to a team keep you from clicking on this video. Listen to the words and tell me you’re not ready to go take a hill somewhere. At the end of pain is success….. Continue reading A Little Motivation
A few months ago I received a copy of the new book by James C. Galvin called “I’ve Got Your Back” to review. Due to several busy seasons of life, I didn’t get a chance to read it right away. … Continue reading Review – I’ve Got Your Back
Who else had a Casio Keyboard? This is brilliant. Continue reading Blurred Lines
I woke up this morning Saw a world full of trouble now Thought, how’d we ever get so far down How’s it ever gonna turn around So I turned my eyes to Heaven I thought, “God, why don’t You do something?” He said, “I did, I created you” Continue reading Matthew West (Do Something)
In August of 2012, I got caught up in a 26 million dollar “Reduction in Workforce.” After 13 years with the same employer, climbing that Corporate Ladder, I was informed that my name had come up on the list of those that would be effected. I walked out the door that day at peace (and with some lovely parting gifts). Maybe it was just blind stupidity, but I knew that it would all end well. In the weeks that followed, I would ask myself “what do you want to be when you grow up” and many other questions. I was … Continue reading Turn The Page
Based on my blog dashboard, more than a few of you just found out what I covered yesterday and it obviously left a lot of questions. For 6 weeks, I have done some major soul searching. Anytime you strip away the things that are closest to your being, you have to eventually look at what is deepest. I’ve been to those depths many, many times recently. It was during one of those internal soul searching expeditions a few weeks ago that quite possibly the greatest song ever written came across the speakers. I don’t remember who was covering it, but … Continue reading Even So….
All of us pass a bit of ourselves onto others. You better like who you are and make what you give to others from yourself a gift and not a curse. Continue reading Erwin McManus
What I realized, though, is that all I really needed to know when it came down to it was the direction I was pointing and that I was somewhere inside the large circle of God’s love and forgiveness. Continue reading Love Does
Tonight I was scanning twitter and read something that made me literally sick. While we could debate all day about the morning after pill, for some reason, that number is what caused my stomach to turn. Fifteen. Fifteen. Fifteen and up….. The FDA has approved an over-the-counter morning-after pill for ages 15 and up. http://t.co/7vl1gGY7To — RELEVANT (@RELEVANT) April 30, 2013 My only thought was “my heavens.” I’ve got little girls. Little girls that will be 15 in 5 and 7 years. Five years is the length of a car loan. Fifteen years is the length of a mortgage. My son will … Continue reading Fifteen
Creative. Hilarious. Brilliant. It’s that simple. I recently received a new children’s book called “Hey God, I’ve Got Some Guy Named Jonah in My Stomach and I Think I’m Gonna Throw Up” to review. Right away the girls looked at … Continue reading Review – Hey God, Ive Got Some Guy Named Jonah In My Stomach
Rest in peace George Jones. Continue reading RIP George Jones
I always find these review opportunities to be a bit priceless. The latest, “Can’t Wait Willow” by Christy Ziglar, was again a chance to get my daughters all excited to help out with the blog. If the last name of … Continue reading Review – Can’t Wait Willow
Have you ever quit a dream job? Ever get let go from a job? Ever end a relationship or quit training for something only to regret or miss it after time passed? Today I watched a press conference for new Cavaliers Coach, Mike Brown. Look, I’m a Cleveland guy so I still follow the teams (except the Browns, I left that camp a long time ago) and all the drama. Yes, I sat there tonight and watched a 30 minute presser and I’m not sure why. Yet I did take some lessons from that 30 minutes so it wasn’t a … Continue reading Embracing Your Two Point O.
I’ve always wanted my kids to know that they were included in important things, that they belonged there, that they were invited. Continue reading Bob Goff (Love Does)