Archive for the ‘Thoughts’ Category

Seeing!

Seeing!

There really are some benefits to jet lag. Like right now, I am laying in bed with my China doll watching her favorite show, “Jungle Junction”. (I have no idea why somebody [Continue reading…]

Vision after China

Yes, I am definitely home from China. It is 11PM and I am wide-awake. I guess that jet lag thing is for real. I feel like it is 11 in the morning [Continue reading…]

Another Season In The Books

Another Season In The Books

  Well, today ended another football season. This was two Sundays in a row we had an event that ended a football season. Last week it was the year end football banquet [Continue reading…]

“Wide Left” – When All Depends On You

Today was a great day.  Laying around and watching football all day long. What more could a guy ask for? Well, how about some very exciting games? Okay, I got that also, [Continue reading…]

Childlike Creativity

Have you ever watched children at play? I’m not talking about organized activities. I am referring to children left to their own devices. It is an amazing observation. Young children have wonderful [Continue reading…]

Enchantment Giveaway

Enchantment Giveaway

Every few months as an office, we read a book together that we feel is going to challenge us personally and professionally. The most recent book that we tackled together was Guy [Continue reading…]

Another Chinese Princess

Another Chinese Princess

Look who came to see me today at the office. Clara Li has been home with her parents, Jonathan and Amy, for about a month now and can you believe how cute [Continue reading…]

Chick-Fil-A: More than Just Good Chicken

Chick-Fil-A: More than Just Good Chicken

Last Friday we as a staff headed to Oasis Church in Brentwood for a day of challenge, inspiration, and teaching. We attended the Chick-Fil-A Simulcast event that helps equip people like you [Continue reading…]

The Need Around Us

The Need Around Us

What a crazy week we’ve had as a country and as a region. With the heartache and devastation that is present in Alabama on one end of the spectrum, and the celebration [Continue reading…]

“Unto the least of these…”

Who are the forgotten, the destitute, the “unclean” in your community? – Becca Hall