There seems to be... ...an opinion chasm in the Christian community over abuse and divorce. As a husband who is constantly seeking knowledge about who the Bridegroom is and how I can emulate him, I get frustrated by how the church leadership and Christian husbands have failed wives in the church. I see the question … Continue reading No more hiding.
I believe that going back to UCF for my masters is more than just going back to school. I believe that I will be able to help people - even while learning how to help people. So I decided to create a mission statement of what I think the purpose of this season in my … Continue reading Mission Statement
I have been working towards getting selected to enter the UCF Marriage, Children, and Family Counseling Masters degree program. I got my acceptance letter and just officially accepted the invitation!
When others believe in you, it makes all the difference in the world.
It was raining cats and dogs when I left the office the other day... As I stepped out of the elevator into the foyer of our building, I noticed the "bike guy" standing there, staring out the window. The rain was coming down in sheets - a precursor rain band to an incoming hurricane/tropical storm … Continue reading Making it happen…
I've always had a block when writing a book. People keep telling me, you need to write a book - in relation to marriage. I think so too, but I had one thing I had to do first: write a book to only my wife. Yesterday, I gave it to her. She loved it! Now … Continue reading The Book
When I look back... at the thrilling things in life - experiences, adventures, trials, and so on - I remember most vividly the firsts: First crush. First time driving the tractor. First time plowing the fields without my dad supervising. First time driving. First Kiss. First... But the one that I can still feel in … Continue reading Hand in hand