December means shorter days. Shorter days create more darkness. That results in colder temperatures. And more time spent inside. December signals the start of a season when our mental (and … Continue reading Win the Winter
I remember when I first discovered I was different. By early adolescence, I began dealing with OCD. I felt great shame for my condition. I understood that my thoughts were … Continue reading Risky Business
I’ve always had a sincere affinity for pain. Sounds crazy, but it’s true. I enjoy adversity. Throughout my life, I’ve been in relentless pursuit of it. For me, the experience … Continue reading Rocket Fuel
What if you only had 24 hours to live…? In reality, that’s all that any of us have. And even that is not guaranteed. How many times have you awakened … Continue reading 24 Hours…for Eternity
Would you continue to compete in an empty stadium? Imagine fighting the greatest battle of your life with no fans… No loved ones screaming your name from the bleachers. No … Continue reading The Empty Stadium
This weekend my son and I were on our way to the park to take a walk. He was sitting in the backseat of the car enjoying a purple (grape) … Continue reading Jesus Loves All Colors…
Being a husband and a father is a great responsibility. You must lead by example. You must allow space for vulnerability in your home. If you don’t, you are leaving … Continue reading Reflect the Father
I have a challenge for all believers… It’s time to live your faith. It’s time TO BELIEVE.
I remember living 2,700 miles away from home and suffering with such intense anxiety that I found myself in a state of out of body dissociation, questioning my sanity. I … Continue reading I Remember…
In the midst of these uncertain times… …I invite you to receive God’s living water. Allow it to quench your thirst. Allow it to ground you. Be still and know.
Is your life busy? Or full? I remember busy well. Busy was a Monday flight to Seattle. By midweek the SF Bay Area. Then an early flight home on Friday … Continue reading Busy or Full?
Growing up, I was the popular kid. I ran with the in-crowd. To my peers, I came from a family that had it all together. I excelled at most things … Continue reading Be Careful with Idols