2010 - My Year to Walk the Road Less Traveled

>> Friday, December 31, 2010

For as long as I have had a favorite poem it has unequivocably been Robert Frost's most famous piece - "The Road Less Traveled". I've always loved the way the poem just sways along as you read it...and moreso I've always had a great appreciation for the message the poem carried for me.


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A Social Network Christmas

>> Saturday, December 25, 2010


Favorable for Life

>> Friday, December 24, 2010

"Christmas is the season for kindling the fire of hospitality in the hall, the genial flame of charity in the heart."  -- Washington Irving

I love this quote by Washington Irving.  A great reminder this time of year of the eternal impacts that hospitality and charity can have on others all year long.  Charity isn't just actions that make us feel good and provide societal benefits to others - it's bigger than that.  A flame of charity in our heart honors God.


The Christmas Challenge

>> Wednesday, December 22, 2010

I love Christmas time.  At par value, it is one of the more sentimental, family-oriented of the holiday seasons.  The simple things like a lit tree, hot chocolate, a good movie, giving gifts, seeing family ... you understand I'm sure.  In fact most people probably share similar sentiments as I do regarding this joyous holiday.  But do we honor this occasion as we should in the way we celebrate?

I'm afraid that as a society we have grown to love too much the traditions and the comforts this holiday affords us.  Ever wonder how we have gone from a celebration of the most significant event in history to a largely self-centered holiday with a Santa Claus headliner? The clues may be in our understanding of 'the Claus' himself.



>> Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Let me be the first - and most likely only - person to welcome you to the site.  It's just an outlet for me to share thoughts and convictions about God, family, friendship, and life.

I hope God will use it as aid to accountability and encouragement from the wonderful people He has placed in my life, but even greater as a means of making much of the Gospel of Christ.




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