Remembering My Dad My dad was a great storyteller and very funny. Being Irish, I guess it is part of the ancestry. He spoke fondly of his college years and was the first in his family to receive a degree. During WWII he was in the Army Infantry. He entertained himself and his platoon by…Read more Father’s Day Reflections
Change is hard Whether it is starting an exercise program or healthy eating, change takes effort and is not easy. It takes a vision of a new future. What I mean by that is your old habits are so entrenched that it takes a new vision to move out of them. You need to see…Read more Change Takes Vision
I'm excited to report that my purity devotional book, Live Pure and Free-The 90 Day Game Changer has been nominated for a Christian Indy Award. The Christian Indy Awards honor Christian books by independent authors and small publishers for outstanding contribution to Christian life. This award is kind of a people's choice award. Voting has now…Read more “Live Pure and Free” Book Nominated!
The injured athlete The Google definition of tackling in American football is: “to stop the forward progress of (the ball carrier) by seizing them and knocking them to the ground.” Sometimes in knocking the ball carrier to the ground someone gets injured. The injured athlete’s movement is restricted and they are on the bench until…Read more Injured
Live Pure and Free will be on a Celebration Blog Tour starting September 1st and running through September 14th. Every day a blogger will either post a review of the book, have a spotlight for it, or feature an interview with the author. Oh, that's me. Follow the tour and share the link with your…Read more Celebration Tour! “Live Pure and Free”
Schools out! With summer comes lots of unscheduled time for children. With many parents busy working, there will be occasions when school-age children are on their own or with peers. No parent wants to imagine that their child is looking at pornography, but it does happen. Some researchers say the average age of exposure to…Read more Warning: Teenage Danger Zone
My choir director, Brian, had an interesting way of approaching a new song. We did not start at the obvious place, like the beginning. “Go to number 5 on page 8,” Brian would say. We’d work on a difficult section of the song at number 5 until we had that down. “Turn to page 12…Read more Benefits of a Good Leader