Monthly Archives: March 2011

Racing against hunger

About 6 weeks ago, I challenged the small group from my church that I lead. It was an unusual challenge, but I think one of the more important ones of our time together. We had just finished a study entitled … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with me?

When last I spoke to you, dear Word Press – I was celebrating a relatively important milestone in my life. Together, we celebrated and regaled the shedding of 50 pounds of unhealthiness. Together, we sat on the mountain surveying all … Continue reading

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Can it get any worse?

This week has been a collection of a series of unfortunate events. I’ve sat despondent in one office wondering what I was doing anymore. Doubtful that anything I’d contributed to the cause was relevant, remembered, or on the farthest horizons … Continue reading

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I didn’t lose 50 pounds

Lose (as defined by dictionary.com) 1. to come to be without (something in one’s possession or care) , through accident, theft, etc., so that there is little or no prospect of recovery; I’m sure I’ve merely misplaced my hat, not … Continue reading

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Am I a good dad?

40 is an interesting age. With a month to the zero barrier, I’ve had time to ask myself a lot of important questions. Questions that I’d convinced myself had nothing to do with my age. I think in retrospect I … Continue reading

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