This is the time of year when people start thinking about and making New Year’s Resolutions. Three months later, most of them are broken, and the hope and excitement of New Year’s is traded in for discouragement and a sense of failure. I’m not making New Year’s resolutions this year.
Category Archives: My Faith
Do angels sing? If you listen to Christmas carols, you would think they do. Our family loves to watch the Charlie Brown Christmas special. At the end, the Peanuts gang gathers round and sings “Hark the Herald Angels Sing”. In “Angels We Have Heard on High”, we hear of angels
It is a huge honor and privilege to turn the blog over to my friend and teacher, Paul Rienzo. This is the best response I have seen to the A&E / Phil Robertson controversy. Reprinted here from Paul’s private Facebook page with full permissions, I give you, Paul Rienzo! Paul :
Anyone who owns a blog is contractually obligated to write about Phil Robertson and the A&E dustup today. I’m going to post my thoughts. My friend, Paul, as usual, had a brilliant take on the issue but it is on his private Facebook page. I will not reprint it here
My timeline filled up with bloggers discussing proper and improper Facebook posting. First there was Wait But Why declaring himself the Facebook cop and letting everyone know “7 Ways to Be Insufferable on Facebook“. The post, of course, went viral as the author described 7 types of posts that he
Today, I’d like to relate something that my friend Paul Rienzo (@PaulRienzo) taught me. It has been a great metaphor for understanding my world and the relationships I have with the people around me. It helps me understand not only how to act, but also explains why I feel certain
Patrick has a great post where he poses the following hypothetical question: You’re stranded on a deserted island without any books, no computers, no phone, no tech, and no way to look up a Scripture when you need one. Without a Bible, would you still have Christ in your life and
My major goal in life to be a better man, a better husband, and a better father today than I was yesterday. I used to think of these three goals as three separate, but equal pillars in my life. Be a better man. Be a better husband. Be a better father.
What’s my motivation? How can I make a difference? What do I have to offer the world? How can I connect the blog to a real passion in my life? Divorce When I was around 13 or 14 years old my parents split up. This is hardly a unique situation. Most
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. – Kevin Durant Our kids have a way of being much more honest than adults, and by their honesty, sometimes they can show us our true feelings. My daughter and I were riding in the car talking about her ‘new’ harmonica