How to Win a War

I recently read a book called “Building Better Families” by Matthew Kelly.  He discussed many topics related to raising amazing children.  I was reading the book for obvious reasons, but God spoke to me in an unexpected way. In one portion, Kelly listed out how to win a war.  Here is what he wrote: Know... Continue Reading →


We just spent a vacation at Myrtle Beach and I tried to spend some time writing ideas for messages, blogs and such, waiting for God to point me in whatever direction He had in mind, and when He did I admit I was a bit confused, but here goes. Pancakes. Yep, pancakes. The highway here... Continue Reading →

The Day After

"When the Lord made a covenant with the Israelites, he commanded them. "Do not worship any other gods or bow to them, serve them, or sacrifice to them. But the Lord, who brought you up out of Egypt with might power and outstretched arm is the one you must worship. To Him you shall bow... Continue Reading →

Fight or Flight

I am, by nature, a scrappy person. You wouldn't know it, off handedly. I hate confrontation. I'm very timid. I don't want to create drama. But there is something in me that chooses to fight. In spite of my small stature, I've on more than one occasion had my fist drawn, stood between a bully... Continue Reading →

He is Our Courage

I was standing on a precipice overlooking a great valley. In that valley was a massive, intimidating dark army.  I was fearful, not only because of the vastness of the army before me, but also because I wasn't sure I would have the courage to stand firm and fight.  I prayed, "God, how am I supposed to have... Continue Reading →

One Step

The mountain was around 10,000-11,000 feet. I don’t even remember the name of it. Of course, it was covered with snow, but I was ready for it. From the start of the trail to the top of that mountain was about 11 miles total round trip and it was sure to be a good time.... Continue Reading →

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