Have you ever said these words: “Some things never change?” You get an email from your ex who’s mad about something you did: “Some things never change.” You spend all morning cleaning the house and leave for a few minutes to go to the store and come back and it
Small positive steps are one way you can make a big difference in 2018. But there’s another way small things can make a big difference and I’m afraid its not positive at all. Take a look at the picture that I uploaded with this blog. Do you know what that is?
Can you believe that another new year is already here? You may or may not be a New Year’s resolution person. 41% of Americans make New Years resolutions. Do you know how many of those American’s keep those resolutions? 8%. That means of all the people who buy gym memberships,
I want to ask a question to all the parents out there: have you ever lost your kid? Before you start to feel guilty, let me make a confession. I’ve lost my kid too. You’d think that it happened when we had three kids. You know, when we had
Two weeks ago I found myself in a place I vowed I would never go. I am ashamed to admit that I have been there before; in fact, I have been several times, but after the last time I decided enough was enough and vowed to never do it again.
When the story of your life is told, what do you want to be written? Do you want your story to inspire courage in others? Do you want it to bring hope to those who follow after you? Or do you want to play it safe? What story are you
Have you heard of the Apostle's Creed? The Creed is a document created by the early church to tell people who God is and what we believe about Him. They didn’t have Bibles back then and this was 109 words that they could easily share about what they believed. It’s
I just returned from a trip to Haiti and it was an unbelievable trip. There was only one downside and it’s the same downside we all have when we return from any great trip or vacation: the to-do list that is waiting for you when you get home. I got
By nature, we like to separate things. We like to keep things in their place. We like to distinguish this from that. It’s just part of who we are. Let me give you an example: We separate silverware. We don’t want our forks fraternizing with our knives and spoons. We need
Some children were interviewed and asked one question: where do babies come from. Here are their answers: “People call the White House and tell the president they want a baby. If the president approves, you are pregnant.” "My priest has a cane, so I think when you get married the