Let me be vulnerable with you for a moment. We have a son who struggles with disabilities. He has some severe educational challenges coupled with ADHD. One might say, “oh, … Continue reading Dear Church, Dear Salvation Army – Give Special Needs Kids A Break!!
I am drawn to this vital topic like a bug to a floodlight. It speaks intimately to my heart. This topic hits me directly, and at times I am found … Continue reading Don’t Starve Your First Flock!
Family. This one word evokes a particular meaning to the reader, doesn’t it? Something specific. Something defined. Something wholesome, perhaps? A television show is “family oriented” or an activity is … Continue reading Perspectives Day # 4 Featuring Captain Marianneke (Anney) Summerifeld “Family”
***Spoiler Alert**** If you don’t want to know about this movie before you see it, then stop reading. “And they lived happily ever after”…oh wait they don’t. That’s right, Jack … Continue reading Into The Woods…more than a Fairy Tale (in a bad way)
I love sports. I am an avid fan of various sporting teams. There are certain players that I enjoy watching play the game. There are superstars with an insane amounts … Continue reading The Black-eye Of Sports
There’s no question that General and Founder of The Salvation Army William Booth was a man on a mission. He and His wife Catherine Booth were pivotal in starting something … Continue reading William Booth – Great Visionary, but Good Father?
The divorce rate in the United States is at an all time high – 50% and climbing. For married couples, the busy world around them and the drive to be … Continue reading Is the traditional family close to death? 4 threats that will flatline the family.
Your top ten may look drastically different than mine, but here goes… 10) Cherish Life! “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” ― Helen Keller, The Open Door That’s right … Continue reading 10 things…
We linger in one another’s presence As if minutes even hours can replace the years that have separated us… Yet we try. The love that binds us all, wound … Continue reading In our Eternal Lingerings (poem for my family)
2 Corinthians 5:20-21 (NIV) 20 We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God. … Continue reading Lost and Found