September 2, 2022

I recently read a true story that I believe is a great illustration about life and what we value in life. It was a story about a very wealthy woman on board the Titanic. She was already in a lifeboat that was soon to be lowered into the water. Suddenly, however, she wanted to return […] Read more

August 25, 2022

I am continually amazed at the contradictory nature of the secular worldview that rules our land, particularly when it comes to morality. Randy Newman, who is a Senior Fellow for Apologetics at the C.S. Lewis Institute, says that we are a “cut flower culture.” Newman says: “When we buy a bouquet of flowers, they are […] Read more

August 19, 2022

When a tragic accident left Will Mitchell with disfiguring burns, he focused on his possibilities instead of his problems. Although he’d lost his fingers he learned to fly an airplane solo. Then one day while flying from Colorado to California, ice caused his plane to crash. Paralyzed from the waist down (and you think you’ve […] Read more

August 12, 2022

I was out of town last week and didn’t have time to write a blog. Today I am sharing a blog I wrote in February of 2017. ***** Have you noticed how secular people today do not use the word “sin” or “evil”? They don’t believe people are sinful or evil, instead they are sick, […] Read more

August 5, 2022

I believe we all have a deep hunger within us, some might call it a deep yearning, but we have a hard time determining what exactly we are hungry for. The big question is, do you know what you are hungry for? Author Mathew Kelly says, “We may think that our hunger is for one […] Read more

July 29, 2022

Being humble is not something that comes naturally to us as human beings. I have found that most people do not really know what humility looks like. Historically, humility has been linked to the word meekness. In the Beatitudes we hear Jesus say, “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” Of course, […] Read more

July 29, 2022

Being humble is not something that comes naturally to us as human beings. I have found that most people do not really know what humility looks like. Historically, humility has been linked to the word meekness. In the Beatitudes we hear Jesus say, “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” Of course, […] Read more

July 22, 2022

Have you ever thought about how common it is for people to fake it through life? That is, to show yourself to be something you’re not? It involves hiding flaws and weaknesses and seeking to appear in the eyes of others as if you really have your life together. I remember when a man I […] Read more

July 14, 2022

I recently read about Adam Grant, a Wharton School of business professor who studies how people find motivation and meaning at work. He points out that those who consistently rank their jobs as meaningful have something in common. They see their jobs as a way to help others. Grant’s research offers a clue about how […] Read more

July 14, 2022

I recently read about Adam Grant, a Wharton School of business professor who studies how people find motivation and meaning at work. He points out that those who consistently rank their jobs as meaningful have something in common. They see their jobs as a way to help others. Grant’s research offers a clue about how […] Read more


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