So What Exactly...?
December 1, 2010
November 15, 2010
I was happy to be enlightened on Saturday, April 10, that “Not everybody needs an iPad”, according to the humble opinion of the Akron Beacon Journal columnist. I hope he was right because I don’t happen to have an extra $500 laying around the house. Apparently, the iPad does have [â€¦] [READ MORE]
The Wrong Door?
November 1, 2010
Two weeks ago I wrote an article titled “Opening the Door for God.” We often ask God to open doors for us, but we also ought to be opening doors for Him- praying with specificity, giving sacrificially, and living with expectancy. The confident faith that “opens doors” honors God, because [â€¦] [READ MORE]
Opening the Door for God
September 15, 2010
Have you ever opened the door for God? It sounds backwards, I know. I’ve heard many prayers, and have prayed many times myself, that God would be the one to open the door. Please God, open the door for me to do this. Open the door for me to minister [â€¦] [READ MORE]
September 1, 2010
A few weeks ago I was at a family gathering and some of us were watching the U.S. and Canadian hockey teams vie it out for the gold medal. I’m not a fan of hockey and know nothing more about the sport than what I learned from The Mighty Ducks [â€¦] [READ MORE]
August 15, 2010
Two weeks ago I felt an itch on my lower left leg and discovered what appeared to be a small mosquito bite. I scratched it a little here and there to relieve the itch but tried not to mess with it too much. Why would I have a mosquito bite [â€¦] [READ MORE]
August 1, 2010
I love to remember. I love to remember people, events, inside jokes, and life-changing moments or seasons, especially if I can remember them with someone else.
Remember that time we made snickerdoodles and didn’t realize we had forgotten the flour until the pans were already in the oven? (Actual event. I [â€¦] [READ MORE]