There are moments in life that you never forget. For me, one of those moments took place during my first visit to the Grand Canyon. Although I am an Arizona native, I didn't lay eyes on this manificent landscape until I was a teenager. One can use the most beautiful words in all the languages … Continue reading steps, not leaps
I'm honored to have this guest post from my good friend, Scott Savage. I hope this post challenges how you exemplify Christ...I know it challenged me. _____________________________________________________________________________ The church lost one of its best thinkers in April 2013 when Dallas Willard passed away. A professor of philosophy at USC, Willard articulated Jesus' teaching on the … Continue reading should i set goals for my spiritual growth?
349 days ago, I participated in Lent for the first time. Although I have called myself a follower of Jesus for over 20 years, I never realized the historical significance of Lent in the Church until a few years ago. For those of you who are unaware, Lent is an observance of the 40 days … Continue reading erasing my label
I played club basketball growing up, and I loved it. I had the privilege of being under the same coach for the majority of the years I played, and the core of our team stayed pretty consistent as well. The multiple games and countless practices I had with that group of boys created a bond … Continue reading all for one?
I would have said “thanks a million,” but I enjoy being precise whenever possible. Why 21,536? That’s how many people were able to have clean drinking water for a day, all because of the time and effort YOU gave for my Charity: Water partnership via my blog link. By participating in free voting and awareness … Continue reading thanks a 21,536!
One thing I have struggled with since moving to Dallas is the idea of vacation. While breaks from school allow for some rest, other responsibilities quickly fill the void. In order to get a picture of what my schedule looks like when school is back in, just head to your local school playground during recess. … Continue reading bon voyage
I can remember games I played with friends during recess in elementary school…but few compared to the game we called “lava monster.” The premise of the game was realizing that the sand was “lava,” and that only the lava monster could travel in the “lava.” Everyone else being chased by the lava monster was confined … Continue reading lava monster