Tag Archives: Matthew 14

The view from 950′

I have always loved roller coasters. There is something thrilling about that initial climb to several hundred feet above the ground, followed by the screaming terror of zipping around the track at insane speeds trying to keep your lunch down. … Continue reading

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When your son thinks “penal” is a medical term

A few weeks backs, I posted this story on Facebook: A couple of nights ago, the kids and I were watching America’s Funniest Videos, while AJ was finishing up a school project he missed while on our road trip. He … Continue reading

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Living the dream!

Have you ever been inspired by a movie, song or book? I don’t mean just moved by something you saw, heard or read, I’m asking, have you ever been truly inspired and changed by a powerful film, a meaningful book or … Continue reading

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God loves a grand entrance!

I read a book by Mark Batterson this past year. Actually, I’ve read the book a couple of times, and finished it up again toward the end of 2014. In the book, Batterson has this great line about God’s timing. … Continue reading

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Choosing the right path

It’s hard to believe that four weeks have passed since I was released from my job at Lake Ann Camp. It feels like months and months have passed, yet the reality of an uncertain future continues to loom right in front … Continue reading

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When God gives you a stop sign

Today when I woke up, I laid in bed for a few extra minutes, thinking about the roller coaster weekend Traci and I just finished. I didn’t have to get out of bed right away, because — with the exception … Continue reading

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Learning to walk

One of the great joys of parenting is watching your child grow up, discover life through their senses and begin to move through the stages of incremental independence. One of those big stages is crossed when your child learns how … Continue reading

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Life by Disclaimer: I deny I wrote this

I was watching a movie with my kids the other day when I noticed that little disclaimer that is at the start of almost all of the DVD/Blue Ray discs in our family collection:   “The interviews on this DVD … Continue reading

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From retirement to the projects

This last weekend I had the privilege of doing ministry with one of my best friends, Danny Ray. Danny is a world-class magician who is living the Overboard Life and is striving to help others do the same. He’s been … Continue reading

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