As I wrote about last spring Alli graduated from high school in May. As part of the baccalaureate ceremony everyone in the family was asked to write a letter to their son/daughter and then read the letter to them at the ceremony. Needless to say this was a very emotional event. Many friends had warned us Read the rest of this entry »
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Last week I wrote about resentment and forgiveness (http://wp.me/p1QSbw-7B) – this is part 2 about revenge and forgiveness.
I like to read signs outside of churches for their charming, sometimes funny, sometimes poignant messages. Here are a few memorable ones:
- “Free trip to Heaven; details inside”
- “Prevent burning – get some Son protection”
- “Life has many choices. Eternity has two. What’s yours?”
- “Salvation: Free – Eternity in Heaven: Priceless”
One of my favorites Read the rest of this entry »
Now that the Olympics are over and all the medals have been counted we as a society will crown the winners: gold medal winners in China get a $50,000 bonus; Gabby Douglas and Missy Franklin are expected to be the new big endorsement winners; and of course Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps will continue to command in the 10’s of millions for their deals.
But for me, as I am sure it is for many of you, the real hero of the 2012 Olympic Games was Read the rest of this entry »
K-LOVE (www.klove.com), a syndicated radio station, has issued a 30-day challenge to listen to nothing but Christian music for 30 days. I have accepted their challenge and have been listening to KLOVE at work as much as possible. They are playing a wonderful new song by Jason Gray titled Read the rest of this entry »
Last week I wrote about my favorite animated Christmas show “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (https://d2dministries.com/2011/12/08/how-the-grinch-stole-christmas/) and how the Grinch had a changed heart after he understood the true meaning of Christmas.
Well Christmas is 7 days away and you still have a few opportunities to watch another of my favorite Christmas movies “Home Alone.” “Home Alone” is just a fun movie to watch as Kevin uses Looney Tunes–type traps and tricks to fend off the bad guys.
The bad guys understood Kevin’s weaknesses and then devised… Read the rest of this entry »
I heard Cameron’s football coach ask the team recently “Who usually wins football games? And they all answered him –‘The team that Read the rest of this entry »
In the late 1950s and early 60s the most popular shows on TV were programs like Father Knows Best, My Three Sons and Leave It To Beaver. Today we have Two and Half Men, Modern Family and Read the rest of this entry »
How would you answer? In his book The Knowledge of the Holy, A.W Tozier states: Read the rest of this entry »
We all are harder on ourselves than anyone else – we don’t give ourselves a break. Maybe one of the most extreme cases I have heard about is the story of Donnie Moore. Twenty five years ago today the California Angels were 1 strike away from advancing to their first-ever World Series. Moore gave up an HR to Dave Henderson allowing the Boston Red Sox to come back and eventually win the game Read the rest of this entry »