From the time our oldest was born, I’ve told him that I love him, “all the numbers in the world..plus 1.” I have no idea where I got that only that it has always seemed to be the most encompassing expression of how I feel for my children. That my love is beyond infinite in… Continue reading All the Numbers in the World
My kids can tell you that I often use the phrase, “delayed obedience is disobedience.” It’s a great reminder for all the times I ask them to do something, and they don’t immediately obey. Maybe it’s a show they’re watching or a toy they’re playing with it, regardless of the perceived reason, they are still… Continue reading Delayed Obedience
It doesn’t take very much time hanging out with me before you can make a list of my many flaws. Personally, my kids will tell you to place a GoPro in our car, and you’ll see them for yourself in all their grandeur. While the list is long, my lack of patience is likely towards… Continue reading Kingdom Work
When your 100+ day journey begins with stomach pain and a ‘straight forward’ procedure in the hospital the next day followed by a routine gall bladder surgery a few days later and a hospital discharge before you reach the end of a week, it’s not logical that you would still be sitting by your spouse’s… Continue reading Whoever Said God was Logical?
The Red Sea. We’ve all got one. Maybe it’s a potential divorce or a job loss. Maybe it’s a diagnosis that you have or one you’re afraid to face. Maybe it’s that ‘little’ secret no one else knows about. It’s hard to go through adulthood without facing a “Red Sea.” In Exodus 14, we read… Continue reading The Red Sea
There’s a song by Zach Williams called, “Fear is a Liar” that’s basically been on repeat on my i-phone the past few weeks. (You can check out the song at the bottom of this blog). It’s the kind of song that when it came on, I turned the volume ALL.THE.WAY.UP. The message is so… Continue reading Fear is a LIAR