Published: 7 years ago

Blame It On The Rain

There are moments when you know that the pain and heartache of parenting is all worth it: watching your child take his first steps.  Helping them learn to ride a bike without training wheels.  Discovering that they’ve put underwear on the dog.  And snapping …

Published: 7 years ago

The Middle Ages

A wise man once said that reality is the best teacher.  If that’s the case, then this weekend reality was one of those nun-style teachers with a ruler that raps you on the knuckles. Last month I put you to sleep with this post …

Published: 7 years ago

The Ministry of Interruption

I’m a schedule-keeper.  My day is generally broken down into 15-minute segments, and all of those segments are generally spoken for by 8:30 AM.  I might answer emails for 45 minutes in the morning (3 segments), have a Sunday planning meeting before lunch (6 …

Published: 7 years ago

CD Review: From Age to Age

Let’s be honest: I’m no music reviewer. When I was in 8th grade, the high school band director gathered all of us in the middle school cafeteria and made us take a proficiency test to determine who would be invited to be a part …

Published: 7 years ago

The Gospel IS The Point

This weekend I officiated wedding #22. (Not to the same couple, thankfully, although that would be an interesting blog post. Zsa Zsa…call me.) Whenever I do a wedding, I really get a kick out of playing the role of Debbie Downer.  I talk straight …

Published: 7 years ago

Book Review: The Butterfly Effect

Unless you’ve lived a very sheltered life, you’ve heard of the phenomenon known as The Butterfly Effect. The Butterfly Effect happens when on one side of the world, a butterfly flaps his wings, which moves molecules of air, which moves more molecules of air, …

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