Just Leave It

My dad started telling us all when we'd go home for holidays and such that we didn't own our phones, they instead owned us. I now get it.


... do something crazy and TURN OFF the device!

The Quitter Experiment

So yesterday I wrote a post about getting rid of the Little Red Dot. Since that published I've gotten some pretty good feedback and suggestions from friends on how to clean some of that up. I've decided to not let my life be ruled by Social Media and all the other Little Red Dots. Let's call... Continue Reading →

Be A Quitter

What came to mind when you read the title? Was is Mom or Dad’s voice telling you to never quit? Maybe a coach’s voice saying that quitters never win. Or your own voice telling to just keep going. Maybe you thought about that dead end job. You know. The one where you’re only purpose in... Continue Reading →

2016 Top 5

Well it's the end of another year. 2016 has definitely been one of the most interesting years I can remember, in my life and in world events. Most of my writings have come out of hard times in my life this year, but I wouldn't have had it any other way. Here's what you read... Continue Reading →

Enough is Enough

Have you ever noticed that you can never have enough money? Ask yourself this question, “When have I felt the richest in my life?” I would imagine for most of us, it’s when we got our first paycheck from our job in high school. You saw that check, for me it was around $500 for... Continue Reading →

Creation Theory

One of the things in my life I’ve come to only begin to grasp the last few years, is that the Lord created me. He created you. He created all of us - even the family you can’t stand this Christmas season. None of us were formed from random atoms colliding, we didn’t come from... Continue Reading →

What do you love more?

Today’s Proverb is simple yet extremely complex. Here is what I mean. The Lord is more pleased when we do what is right and just than when we offer him sacrifices. Proverbs 21:3 In the time of this writing, Israel held to a religious system set up in Exodus and Leviticus. In this system, the... Continue Reading →

Work Hard = Eat Well

Hard. Work. It’s a character trait some say is slipping away from the Millennial generation, the ones we define to currently be between the ages of 18 - 35. The generation that has grown up with the screen; TVs, computers, tablets and phones are all technologies readily available to everyone. I won’t pick on them... Continue Reading →

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