Hating The Past

Do you hate your past? It’s a thing. Being in a place where you hate your past is probably more common than we think. There are many things I hate about my past. What about you? It has been said that you can’t choose your family. You are born into the family you are born … Read more

Loneliness

“Loneliness is such a sad affair, and I can hardly wait to be with you again.” Those are some lyrics to the hit song Superstar by The Carpenters that was released in 1971. I was reminded of those words today as I listened to Kyle Idleman talk about loneliness in his sermon called Proximity Principle//One … Read more

Do You Hold On To The Past?

holding on to the past, letting go, trusting God, don't live stuck, being stuck isn't living, hope, God, Jesus

I was going through some old stuff, all the things you keep that make up a growing family. I was throwing things away that didn’t seem to matter anymore and dividing the things that appeared to in piles for each family member to look at and decide if they wanted to keep what was rightfully theirs. … Read more

Talking With Megan

I had the honor of talking with my friend Megan a few days ago. She is a beautiful, brilliant and insightful woman, with just a little bit of life experience. I hope you listen and find things from our talk that help you with your journey.

Talking With Trevor

So, I started a new thing; Talking With A Friend. I have conversations via Zoom with various people (Megan} {TyiaLynn} in hopes of bringing you hope and encouragement. God can do great things in ways we cannot even imagine. This first conversation is with a co-worker, a young man who has been blessed with leadership … Read more

Kentucky Derby

May 2, 2020 dawned bright and clear. The first Saturday in May has boasted the Kentucky Derby continuously since 1875. But not this year. The Run for the Roses has been postponed until Saturday, September 5, 2020, one of two times the Kentucky Derby has been reschedule in the history of this horse racing tradition. … Read more

Kentucky Derby

May 2, 2020 dawned bright and clear. The first Saturday in May has boasted the Kentucky Derby continuously since 1875. But not this year. The Run for the Roses has been postponed until Saturday, September 5, 2020, one of two times the Kentucky Derby has been reschedule in the history of this horse racing tradition. … Read more

Favortie Authors

I am a reader from way back. I still have some of the first books I owned as a child. One of my favorites was called Laurie and the Yellow Curtains. I’m sure you can guess why. I love the feel of a book in my hands. I love the illustrations of a good children’s … Read more

Favortie Authors

I am a reader from way back. I still have some of the first books I owned as a child. One of my favorites was called Laurie and the Yellow Curtains. I’m sure you can guess why. I love the feel of a book in my hands. I love the illustrations of a good children’s … Read more

Memories of My Younger Brother

Today, Stevie, my younger brother by two years, would have been fifty-seven had he lived. He was eighteen years old when he died in a car accident. He lost control of the car he was driving and slammed into an old tree where he sustained a head injury. It was the most shocking news I … Read more