They say, “Time heals all wounds!” But time doesn’t heal wounds. It’s not some magical cure all! It does take time and time is an important ingredient in healing, but it’s not the only ingredient! The medicines you take, lifestyle changes, attitude adjustments, new outlook on life, exercise, rehab, prayer, these things are what makes […]
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“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Galatians 5:22-23. But the fruit of the Spirit: The works of the flesh seem overwhelming – both in us and around us. God is good enough and big enough to change […]
It’s easy for our children to get lost in their expectations of others constantly doing for them. It’s what we do! We provide! However, we need to develop them to have a servant’s heart and look for opportunities to help others. It’s an important trait that has to be learned! #LetsAskDad #TenArrowWarrior #SelflessnessVsSelfishness
I’ve said it before but it requires repeating: “Quality time comes from “quantity” time!” You can’t just flip a switch and have quality time happen! These particular videos would’ve never happened if “quantity” time wasn’t demanded at this moment. We were stranded in a small town in the middle of Kansas due to mechanical issues […]
A super amazing friend, who has helped me process some of the darkest battles I’ve ever faced, shared a vision of how it appears when we get lost in the fog. Their perspective comes from having been inside the fog. The fog from the inside is beautiful because that’s how our enemy disguises himself and […]
Sometimes we lose our way in life! We forget to keep the most important things first and foremost in our focus! It’s easy to do because we have an enemy that wants to destroy our lives and all he’s looking for is an opportunity to whisper in our ear that he has something better. His […]
That moment! I had a few “moments” this year as a stay-at-home dad! I’ve loved my time with the kids but missed the ministry moments of the classroom and the last week of school. I would always write notes of encouragement to my students, reminding them how much they had grown throughout the year and […]