Walk the Line

Being able to walk in a straight line is not a test for someone that is impaired; it is apparently difficult for any human. In a recent CNN article (see ...

Read More

Religion is Worthless

There are some great things going on in our church right now, but I am continually amazed at where the majority of the “activity” is taking place. Where I have ...

Read More

Full-Court Press

This summer two of my favorite writers, Bill Simmons (a sports writer) and Malcolm Gladwell (author of Tipping Point, Blink and Outliers), came together on ESPN.com to do an email ...

Read More

The Art of Discipline

For as long as I can remember I’ve always been a little obsessive compulsive. When I was younger, I would always have to have my room clean and things in ...

Read More

Obedience

Last Saturday morning, Becca and I were leaving from Vail and we went over to my brother’s house to eat breakfast and say goodbye. We were playing with my niece, ...

Read More

Small Change

Many times people are frozen in a state of inactivity when it comes to making a change in our world because of two things: (1) The enormous scale of the ...

Read More

Re-minded (Again…)

"Satan does not here fill us with hatred of God, but with forgetfulness of God." -Dietrich Bonhoeffer This last weekend I went on Mission Waco’s Poverty Simulation with a group of ...

Read More

Fake Moon Landing!

I was reading an article on CNN the other day that was talking about the incredible feat of humans landing on the moon and safely returning home, forty years ago ...

Read More
%d bloggers like this: