TweetI’m a dad, so I’ve seen Frozen… My little girl, like most, loves the storytelling ability of Disney. As a parent I’m a fan too. Most of Disney’s efforts in movies and parks and rides and more are about shared
TweetThis was the question I got… Sunday morning I did what I usually do on Sunday mornings. I went to PublicUs for some coffee and quiet. Before we begin to setup for the Sunday discussions I try and get my
TweetWhen I was a kid… My dad once went to a basketball coaching clinic. Some of the best college coaches in the world would be there to encourage, equip, and inspire high school coaches from all over the country. I
TweetIt’s Reached the Zeitgeist… A few years ago I came to the realization that I should get some professional counseling. And by “realization” I mean it was heavily suggested by some other leaders within the church in which I was
TweetHere’s the buzz in Vegas… Earlier this month a pretty big story hit here locally. The headline went something like this, “MGM Resorts to Replace Bartenders with Machines.” This is a big deal for a few reasons… Bars are big
TweetLet’s Review A Bit Last week I began a series of posts about the now famous Letter From A Birmingham Jail, penned by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in response to criticism by several influential, white religious leaders of the
TweetBlack History Month Last month my son came home from school every day of the week leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day talking about segregation, Ruby Bridges, and the man himself MLK. This spurred a desire in me
TweetSelf Care There’s a lot of resources out there for what is known as “self care.” From meditation apps to YouTube guided meditation videos, subscription boxes and mental health days, our society has seen the need to help people slow
Fasting was out of the question. Until it became the answer.
Not eating to somehow become more spiritual sounded ridiculous to me. Even as I entered a time of prayer and fasting mid-January 2010, I was skeptical. Honestly, I was a little scared. I talk about fasting to people frequently and I can see it all over their face. The doubt. The questions. And the critical nature of both.
TweetNew Year, New You, Kind Of We can’t help it. A new year brings with it considerations of a past year and the one ahead. Considerations of change and newness. Most of us would say we aren’t where we could