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Struggling with long busy days, travel schedules, exercise routines, volunteering, family time, chores, being a Dad and Husband (and the list goes on…) Cancelled my participation in two really significant opportunities at Church last night. Why? Mid-day yesterday, knowing I’d be leaving this morning for a four-day biz trip, an evening bike ride with an […]
In a busy world, and it’s always been a busy world, we can’t do everything that comes across our path. Yet we often try to anyway. Why? We learn a lot from watching those who came before us. We also learn from TV, movies, books, and the Internet. It’s not uncommon for us to have […]
What’s at the very center of your life? You know what most people say, right? Family. Hands down. Me too. Cheryl and Chapin. Yet it is Jesus that allows this miracle, of Family and Love, to bloom. So do we, or should we, put Jesus before or after Family?
The first ministry starts at home. Not sure where I first heard those words. But they seem to make sense. How often am I tempted to want to do this helpful thing or volunteer for that important thing? Often, right? Sometimes, well, I feel like I need to stop, catch my breath, focus for a […]