My One Word for 2014 was "New" and my prayer in choosing that word was that God would "make all things new in me" in 2014. God answered that prayer BIG TIME. I got married in 2014. Gina and I have been navigating "new" for the last 8 months. It has been an amazing journey … Continue reading One Word 365 – 2014
For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened. “You fathers—if your children ask for a fish, do you give them a snake instead? Or if they ask for an egg, do you give them a scorpion? Of course not! So if you sinful people know how to give … Continue reading Good Gifts
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5Ifd4j81OM I am a fan of AT&T's current ad campaign. Who doesn't love kids saying hilarious things on TV? The newest commercial began airing recently and I found it less funny yet more profound. Maybe unintentionally AT&T is onto something here with our New Year's Revolutions. Several years ago, I jumped on board with my … Continue reading One Word for 2014
Take a minute to look at your Facebook wall. How many "friends" do you have? Hundreds? Thousands? Take a look at your Twitter account. How many people are you following? How many follow you? How often do you send and receive texts? We have been fed this line that we're more connected than we've ever … Continue reading Dropped Connection
We spend so much of our lives planning stuff. We plan everything from entire days to trips to the grocery store. There's a part of our culture that looks at you kinda funny if your life isn't all planned out and shiny bright. We say things like, "When I get into my dream home..." or … Continue reading The Challenge of Living in Transition
Have you ever been in a situation where you know the next move you are supposed to make but you are waiting on timing? You're living in the balance of waiting on God and stepping out in faith. I've been there. I am currently there. Honestly, I don't have the answers. As a matter of … Continue reading Is it planning or worry?
When we're young we look forward to birthdays. They are filled with parties, sleep overs, gifts and friends. The older we get, the more they change. Today is my 35th birthday. The last several weeks have been filled with opportunities to think about where I've been, where I am and where I go from here. … Continue reading If 35 year old me could talk to 25 year old me