A Tale of Deceit The New York Times published a story in their Wedding Section under “Vows” about a couple who had recently married. Sounds innocent enough, but this couple met while both were married to someone else. They tell the story of how they both divorced their spouses in [...]
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Have you ever experienced silence from a person? Something happens and your spouse, child, sibling, parent, or friend just stops talking to you. It’s not a good feeling. Or think about that time you were waiting to hear from someone you love who was late or didn’t show up. They weren’t answering your texts or [...]
Be Careful What You Wish For Mom sits on the couch while her three-month-old nuzzles her neck and squirms uncomfortably trying to find the right spot to sleep. Her two-year-old daughter has just bounded out of her baby brother’s room wearing a pair of his pants which of course look [...]
Banking On Thanking A couple of times a year I speak openly about the role faith plays in my life. It encourages me to give thanks continuously for my wife, my children, the organization I’m blessed to lead and first and foremost my relationship with Jesus Christ. Without him, the [...]
Follow the Leader There’s a game I played as a kid and maybe you did too. It’s called, “Follow the Leader” and it’s pretty simple. You can do it inside or out, with a couple of friends or many. First you pick a leader among the group. The objective is [...]
Dying for Attention The Center for Disease Control listed suicide as the tenth leading cause of death among people of all ages. Today, just among teens, it’s the third leading cause of death. Proof of this can be found in many true stories but one that I remember happened a [...]
Shine On! I Remember when former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver, announced they were separating after 25 years of marriage. At the time of the announcement there was no mention of any particular reason, and it was just sad to see them give up. Schwarzenegger had just [...]
Parent Night At the beginning of every school year, there’s usually an open house for parents at some point within the first few weeks. It’s a chance for parents to meet their children’s teachers and learn about their expectations for the year. There are many parents who breeze right through [...]
Certainly it might seem that the quickest path is the straightest line between two points but have you ever noticed or wondered whether the quickest path is the best path? When was the last time you ever took the long way home? Nine times out of ten, any of us would opt for a short [...]
Embrace Parenting I recently watched a TV segment called, “You Can Love Your Children but Hate Parenting.” It was based on an article that appeared in New York magazine about this concept of loving your children but not parenting. I think there is some truth in that statement, even though [...]