Fathers…Superheroes or Superzeroes

Dads

“Would you tell me about your dad?” That’s one of my favorite questions to ask another person. Few inquiries surface strong feelings quicker. I’ve had people respond by turning fifty shades of red. Some have sobbed with disappointment. Others have come alive inside, smiling ear to ear as they tell me stories of the strength and compassion of their "old man.” I’ve never had anyone respond weakly to that question. I love the response that Tim Harris gave to NPR Storycorps. … [Read more...]

Entitlement, Candy Canes, & Richard Cory

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Entitlement is the thistle taking over the garden of the American dream. It simply will not die…and the more space it’s given, the more space it takes. What nobly began as the “unalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” has turned into the unalienable right to not be uncomfortable, impoverished, or relatively poor. Now, I don’t wish anyone to be uncomfortable. I sincerely don’t. But there’s a tremendous difference between wanting everyone to be … [Read more...]

Hyper-Hobbied, Pursuit-Driven Men

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Do you have a work-a-holic or a hyper-hobbied man in your life? Do you want to help him find balance and purpose in life? I've had several people ask me what "Man on the Run" is all about...so here's a short description: We were all made to live lives of passion & pursuit. Yet, many men often chase their pursuits to the point that they break commitments and damage relationships. When this happens wives and children are neglected, friends are pushed aside, and churches and civic … [Read more...]


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