Setting up camp in my head

Today has been a rough day.  On the outside everything is peachy keen.  There have been no catastrophes.  Nothing has broken, fallen apart, or gone haywire.  The rough day has been purely in my head.  And any Christian can tell you that the first place Satan will attack you is in your head.  He climbs … Continue reading Setting up camp in my head

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 30 – Something You Are Excited For

There are lots of things to get excited about.  When you were a kid you got excited about your birthday and Christmas.  When you were a teenager you got excited about school dances and first dates.  As an adult you got excited about your wedding day, the birth of a child, landing your dream job, … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 30 – Something You Are Excited For

Unworthy of forgiveness? Remember Paul.

I was recently talking with a friend when they made a comment about being unworthy of God's forgiveness for all the things that littered their past.  That statement hit me very hard, because that person is right.  We are unworthy of God's forgiveness.  We are born sinful and will die sinful.  Everyday we fall short … Continue reading Unworthy of forgiveness? Remember Paul.

One Thing

https://youtu.be/ifYypqzGxoU "All I know is everything I have means nothing, Jesus, if you're not my one thing.  Everything I need right now, all I need is you right now . . . And with everything within me I will worship you, my God." Glory to God for his unending, unchanging, unconditional love.  We are not … Continue reading One Thing

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 29 – The Night Of Your 21st Birthday

The 21st birthday is a right of passage for a young man or woman.  At 18 they are considered, for all intents and purposes, an adult.  They can enlist in the military and sign legally binding documents.  But the 21st birthday comes for many people with a night of binge drinking just because at 21 … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 29 – The Night Of Your 21st Birthday

God at work

I am sitting at my desk right now.  There is work that I should be doing.  But everything seems so small and insignificant at the moment.  Work can wait.  There is plenty of time for everything else.  Right now, in this exact moment, all I want to do, all I can do, is praise God! … Continue reading God at work

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 28 – The Word/Phrase That You Use Constantly

A signature statement.  Or in radio, what is referred to as a crutch.  A word or phrase that you use constantly.  You may use it so often that it has become an unconscious remark. For me it's the word "so." On the air at work, in general conversation, everywhere. "So, I was getting ready for … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 28 – The Word/Phrase That You Use Constantly

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 26 – Things You’d Say To An Ex

My mom once gave me a wonderful bit of wisdom after a break up:  "Boyfriends are like jeans.  You have to try on several to find the one that fits perfectly." I had my first boyfriend when I was 13 years old.  His name was Dave McFall.  I'm friends with him to this day. I … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 26 – Things You’d Say To An Ex

30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 25 – 4 Weird Traits You Have

To define something as weird means that people view it as out-of-the-box, not normal, and possibly even socially unacceptable.  But if you think about it, we are all weird.  We are all a bundle of quirks and idiosyncrasies that keep us from being just like everyone else.  Could you imagine how boring this world would … Continue reading 30 Day Writing Challenge: Day 25 – 4 Weird Traits You Have