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5 Ways to Battle Regrets

Regrets. We all have them, sometimes on a daily basis. I should have . . . I could have . . . why didn’t I . . . If only . . . Sound familiar? Yeah, I’m with you. The tendency is to focus on the what should have been and berate ourselves for not … Continue reading

Things I’ve Learned From Those Who Suffer

I love talking to people who have suffered greatly. When I meet someone who has suffered, whether physically, emotionally, financially, or spiritually, I take the time to talk to them, to pick their brains, to dig into their experience. I want to know what they went through, how they felt, how they made it through, … Continue reading

The Benefits of Being an Alien

It seems aliens are all the rage nowadays. Have been for quite some time, probably since Steven Spielberg brought us Close Encounters of the Third Kind back in 1977. Since then there’s been a slew of movies produced about aliens, books written, sightings reported, and enough close encounters to fill a flying saucer. Most of … Continue reading

The Most Important YOU!

If you’ve ever read through the Bible, or at least through the Old Testament, you’ve had to deal with 1 Chronicles 1-9. Most people either get bogged down there or skip that portion of Scripture altogether. It’s a literary mud pit, the Biblical equivalent to the dog days of summer. Nine chapters of nothing but … Continue reading

The 3 Things That Matter the Most

I used to be pretty high-strung. Used to be. Four years ago I went through cancer. That tends to change the way you view the world, the way you view yourself and your place in the world, and the way you view God and His place in your life. It changes your perspective, your values. … Continue reading

Choose Wisely

In trying to teach our girls personal responsibility I’ve stumbled across a lot of conviction. What I teach them I can learn for myself. We all need a little reminding. Agree? Our culture is one of victimization. I’m a victim, you’re a victim, we’re all victims. Victims of society, victims of prejudice, victims of unfair … Continue reading

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