In 2020 we lost the great Rock n Roll artist, Eddie Money of 70’s, and 80’s fame. Maybe it is a little stretch to call him “great”, but he did have some hits over those two decades, such as “I Wanna Go Back”, “Two Tickets to Paradise”, “Think I’m in Love”, and “Baby Hold On.”
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Fight, Freeze, or Flight
Over the past couple of years, I have attended a number of church safety training sessions. It is a sad reality that these trainings are now a necessary part of leading a church, but the trainings have been helpful and informative on many levels.
Liar, Liar Pants on Fire
I am sure you can remember as a child the old schoolyard chant, “Liar, liar pants on fire.” The chant was usually proclaimed when someone was caught telling a fib…
Life in the End
We all inevitably come to a time in our lives when enough is enough. We have done all that we can do and we just cannot do anymore. Life is an exhausting endeavor there are so many trials to endure, hills to overcome, and situations to conquer…
Finding Peace in the Midst of Uncertainty
Like in most families, my family members do not always agree. I am the youngest of three and periodically throughout the year we all get together. Usually, our gatherings involve a shared meal. Inevitably during our meal together diverse topics of the world will come up for discussion…
The Gain Outweighs the Loss
I am certainly no financial expert. I admit I read the headlines every day about the state of the Stock Market, but truthfully I do not really understand much of it. But there is one thing that even someone like me can understand…
The Hard Work Is Done
There is no greater feeling than when you finish a hard day’s work or some project that you have been sweating over for hours. As a child I had the great joy and privilege of living…
Christ from Beginning to End
One of the most common responses I hear from couples who are having marital problems is, “I just don’t think I love my spouse anymore.” On the surface what that statement means is that their feelings have changed over the years, but digging down even deeper there is a foundational belief that what brought the couple together in the first place was their love for one another.