We like to have “Family Television Night” at our house, and are always looking for good family movies and television shows to watch with our young children. We’ve seen a little bit of everything, from Disney classics like The Princess and the Frog to utter silliness like the tutu-wearing lumberjack from The Tooth Fairy 2. […]Read more "Andy Griffith’s Wisdom & “Funny Bone” Still Delights Young Hearts"
After years of chasing one dream after another, things finally clicked into place and God’s plan for my life became exquisitely clear. He was calling me to preach. Sure, I could become a teacher, a private music instructor, a professor, a writer, or a worship leader, and could probably find success. But that wasn’t […]Read more "Most Prized Possession: My Father’s Library"
“Oh, I’m just not the crying kind.” Famous last words. I used to try and convince my wife that I’m not the typical “dramatic musician” who wears his emotion on his sleeve, but I’ve since given up the charade. What can I say? I’m a sentimental person, and everybody knows it. But even after coming […]Read more "The Crying Kind…"
Well, tomorrow is Father’s Day, and it’s the first one I’ll get to celebrate as an actual father! Last year at this time my wife and I were still on the waiting list for a foster child placement, and while I was really hoping to be a father in time for Father’s Day, it just […]Read more "Thanks for the Inspiration, Dad!"
Exercise is something I tend to enjoy as an occasional pastime, but I don’t consider myself to be an athlete by any means. As a toddler, I was the soccer player who crossed his arms and refused to run and the t-ball player who was so terrible that they made me “catcher” (though we […]Read more "E: Enduring for Erin’s Law – My Crazy 4-Hour Bike Race"