The Art of Listening

One item on my “to do list” at the beginning of each year is to work on a list of goals and objectives to help chart my course for the year. Generally, one of those goals is to spend time in the Bible during the year. Encouraged to do so by those who were faithfully...

A Picture of Thankfulness

Thanksgiving provides an interlude to the busyness; the hustle and bustle of life. A time for reflection, a shift in thinking that looks backward rather than forward. A reflection of gratitude for the good God has provided and worked into our lives in a multitude of...

But I Don’t Know How to Pray

Earlier this summer, I had the privilege to participate in a one week mission trip to western Pennsylvania to assist in building ramps for folks in need. A dear friend who has a heart for these type of adventures encouraged me to join him this year. My calendar was...

The Best Defense is a Great Offense

Last month our family traveled to the great state of Texas to attend a convention in The Woodlands. Along the way, we made a stop in the Cincinnati area to visit Uncle Denny. He joined us as we spent a day to visit “The Ark Encounter” in Florence, Kentucky. Quite an...

What is the Price of Your Integrity?

The story is told of “Honest Abe” Lincoln that as a young man he held a job as a clerk in a country general store. One day in selling goods to a woman, Mrs. Ducan, he charged her two dollars and six cents. In reconciling his accounts at the end of the day, Abe...

Generational Dads

Earlier this month, I was reading in the first chapter of Luke, verse 17 where an angel was speaking to a Dad named “Zechariah” and proclaiming to him news about his future son. A son yet to be born. The angel said, “And he will go on before the Lord, in the spirit...

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