As my friend and I munched on warm chips and hot queso I was struck by the thought, “I wish we’d done this more often.” Yet, like so many times in life I was late to the game. While we ate good food and talked about what was going on in each of our lives … More It’ll Cost Ya, but It’s Worth It
We were going to get up and watch the sunrise this morning, my wife and I. In 22+ years of marriage we have never seen an Easter sunrise together, so we thought catching one would be a nice way to start the day. However, Oklahoma being Oklahoma, about 15 minutes before sunrise, thunder rolled loudly … More The Oddity of Easter 2020
Hard to believe how much I aged in just seven days, ain’t it? I kid, of course, but if you’re like me, you are no doubt still reeling from the rollercoaster ride we’ve been on. It seems with every new bit of news each aspect of day-to-day life has been affected. And just as well … More What a Week!
“I feel like a heretic for saying this,” I told my friend, “but I feel I saw Jesus more in our community last year than I did in scripture.” As the words came out of my mouth, I forced a sideways smile to try and hide the guilt I felt inside for even thinking such … More With a Little Help from My Friends
Pixar movies have a knack for making me tear up, but nothing could prepare me for what Toy Story 4 was going to do to me. … More Buzz, Woody and Ugly Tears
Thinking about the importance of deep, honest relationships … More Deep Waters
Sometimes we can revert to trite sayings that gloss over hard realities, but that doesn’t do anyone any good. What we need is a reminder of the goodness of God in the midst of the valley. … More Trite Sayings vs Hard Reality