Summer Reading 2017

Summer Reading 2017

I love reading over the summer.  Whether it’s by the pool, on the beach, or with a baseball game on in the background, summer seems like the perfect time to catch up on some books.  Here’s a list of a few things I read on my summer vacation that you may want to add to...
Why Superheroes Movies Matter

Why Superheroes Movies Matter

It’s summer. We’ve already seen our share of superhero movies. Some of them have been fantastic, others, not so much. You know why I love super hero movies? I love superhero movies because they represent the best sides of us: teamwork, passion, risking it all,...
When Bad Christians happen to Good People

When Bad Christians happen to Good People

We’ve all heard the phrase “Why do bad things happen to good people” but the truth is sometimes the bad things are a cause of bad people. What’s even worse is when the bad people claim to be good, claim to be Godly, or claim to be “Christian.” We’ve all had these...
How to Work for a People Pleaser

How to Work for a People Pleaser

In my previous blog I talked about how to lead even if you are a people pleaser. But what if you’re on the other end of that and the person who leads you like a boss, a parent, or a coach didn’t read my blog or take my advice and thus leads in a way that’s just...
Fourth of July

Fourth of July

This is the week that we celebrate our independence as a country, and there is a lot to celebrate. We are living in the best time in history, in the best country in history, and experiencing the most affluence in history.  We have more freedoms and opportunities than...
The Gospel According to Moana

The Gospel According to Moana

Contrary to the “13 Reasons Why” post, this is something that you should have no quarrels about watching with your kids, or for your own benefit. The newest Disney installment, “Moana,” has just been added to Netflix and I’m sure all the parents out there are going to...
Before Your Job Interview

Before Your Job Interview

So much of our lives are lived online now that social skills are bound to suffer.  We date online, we shop online, we order food online.  Sometimes I’m so used to only dealing with a screen that having to talk to someone can seem awkward and laborious. So for...
Learning from “A Night to Remember”

Learning from “A Night to Remember”

The history of mental illness in our world has been a rather tragic one. Persons with mental illness have been tagged as sick, deformed, possessed, and the list goes on. Historically, mental illness has been seen as something that needs to be corrected, outcast, or...

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