Good? Friday

Imagine everything you believe in falling apart in one day. Your future, your religion, your occupation for the last three years, your entire worldview... it all comes crashing down in one 24 hour period. That is "Good" Friday for the disciples. for the disciples, they do not recognize a pending miracle, all they know is... Continue Reading →

Don’t Forget what you Saw

Human beings are forgetful.  We forget everything from keys, to lunch, to post office runs, to the occasional teenager that we assumed was riding home from practice with their friend. Most of our life is spent in the fog of busyness.  It is only on occasion that we have real moments of clarity. We forget. ... Continue Reading →

Clarity not Clairvoyance

 "For it is the God who commanded light to shine out of darkness, who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ." -2 Corinthians 4:6 (NKJV) Clarity is defined as "the quality of being coherent and intelligible." There are few... Continue Reading →


January is a month of fresh starts, evaluations, resolutions, and new plans.  No matter how often we may say, or even sincerely think, that we are not going to get caught up in the new leaf hype, most of us do it anyway. Maybe you started a new exercise routine, journaling, prayer discipline, or a... Continue Reading →

But, I’m a big kid.

If I had a dollar for every time my four year old told me she was "a big girl" and "not a baby," I would probably be rich in a week. She is constantly reminding me that she can handle tasks on her own and that she doesn't need my help. Yet, again and again,... Continue Reading →

3-1 It’s your fault.

I suppose that parenting and teaching clichés will never go away, even the ones that we all promised ourselves we would never use.  I can remember telling myself that I would never say "because I said so," but try as I might, my four year old still manages to get that one out of me... Continue Reading →

Talking to Both of Him

Some of the purest education, and entertainment, in my life is watching my daughters interact with their friends.  Their imagination in play and conversation has more than once left me laughing.  Their straightforward, often "too" literal, thinking, has taught me my fair share of lessons as well. Their descriptions of people and events are often... Continue Reading →

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