When Jesus died on the cross, there was a lot of pain. We feel His pain when we go to church on Easter. Lots of people show up that don’t normally attend church and we hear of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. When it’s all said and done, we walk about feeling inspired but thatRead More
Why are our relationships important to God? I think it’s the most important activity here on earth. Think about the “one anothers” in the Bible: love one another, be at peace with each other, be devoted to each other, honor one another, live in harmony with one another, stop passing judgment on one another, acceptRead More
Man I love to cook up good memories. I run into old friends occasionally. Two of them just last week that I haven’t seen in many years. And so circumstance entices a decision: Should we make more memories? Should we spend more time catching up? Should we carry on… I’m finding the only limiting factorRead More
Visiting a comfortable place is awesome. Like going to Grandma’s house… maybe it’s that familiar smell of something yummy on the griddle, the deer antlers on the wall, or Grandpa’s reclining chair. Whatever that image brings to mind it is one that Man, my blog got really comfortable. Over a period of 5 years writingRead More
MLK Day always seems to be a day of reflection for me. I get all sentimental and then up on my soap box. You can read some of what I feel is my best material, posted on this day the past few years, like “How To Win In The Endeavor For Peace” or “Religious Freedom:Read More
John Maxwell wrote that we will each influence on average 10,000 people in our lifetime. That’s a crazy big number. I can easily understand how someone like Maxwell could influence that number and even many more. However, the sociologists who shared the statistic say it’s just the average Joe who has this type of swagger.Read More
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