As I look back on my life I find it interesting how seemingly small things – things we often don’t give much consideration such as musical preferences, hobbies, or even the routine or mundane moments of life—can alter the course of our very existence.
What is something with which you have been entrusted? It may be watering the neighbor’s plants while they are on vacation, your position at work, the care of a grandchild,
If someone were to ask you what you were most passionate about what would you say? More than just your favorite band, author, or sports team, what is your true
I have always loved words. You would have never known this listening to me speak with my poor English and Hoosier accent as I was growing up, but words have
Recently I have been studying Ephesians 6:10-18. In this text the Apostle Paul uses the metaphor of a Roman soldier’s armor to communicate to us how to prepare for the
I have the privilege of reading an advance copy of a new book written by one of my former pastors. While, at the moment, I am not at the liberty
I routinely send inspirational or motivational quotes to those I coach. Recently, I sent one that resonated more than most others. It was a quote from www.ashepherdsheart.org that said “Someone,
“That looks fun, but I could never do it.” How many times have you whispered this to yourself? I started playing guitar and writing songs in college. I never recall