I have struggled at times wondering why some people, especially those who identify themselves as Christian, are so judgmental about wealth and bankruptcy. I hope this post will offer grace and understanding to someone else going through bankruptcy, and enlighten those who look down on those of us who have experienced the highs and lows […]
I had the honor of having lunch with former NFL Quarterback Tim Hiller last week. He is the author of an excellent new book called Strive: Life is Short. Pursue What Matters. As a college football fan, I first became aware of Tim about ten years ago when he was the Academic all-American quarterback for […]
Thinking of Zig Ziglar on his birthday today, who passed away three years ago this month. I was just a kid when I first heard him speak and he caught my attention because of his funny sounding name (In fact, my dad wanted to name me “Logan McLogan” but mom talked him out of it). […]
Thinking about the word “faithfulness.” A faithful person is trustworthy and reliable. Faithfulness is commitment to someone or something. Faithfulness refers to this quality of being faithful and loyal. A patriotic person is full of faithfulness to their country. Someone who works at one company for decades has faithfulness to that company. So to be […]
Sexual scandals continue to be in the headlines this year: Bill Cosby Jared Fogel Joshua Duggan Ashley Madison Dennis Hassert Charlie Sheen The issues of temptation, sex and lust are still not often talked about among Christians in church, and is certainly mostly ignored by many. Unfortunately, we […]
I’ve come to the conclusion that a Divorce will either make you bitter or it will make you better and it’s a choice one always has to make. After eleven years of marriage to my first wife, our divorce was final seven years ago in 2008 and shortly after that I became involved in a […]
There’s an old saying that goes, “While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” They have the ability to turn our lives upside down, to disrupt our plans and our sleep, to try our patience, and to elicit our most ferocious love. But children also have the power to teach us the greatest lessons we’ll ever learn.