Remembering My Nephew, Christopher Jacob Worcester
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Forgotten God by Francis Chan

Growing up in the church, I heard how the Holy Spirit is inside of me. I’ve known that, in my head, for a long time. But it really wasn’t until I read this book that I began to feel it in my heart and consider how I need to get out of the way… and allow Him to work more through me. Continue reading

Anxious For Nothing by John Macarthur

In John’s book, he reminds us how everything is in God’s hands. He wants the best for us. He commonly won’t give us more than we can handle, and if we put our trust in Him… it will all work out. And while it’s working out, we shouldn’t feel anxious. Like the title says, we should be anxious for nothing. Continue reading

2 Books That Have Helped Me the Most in Business

Throughout my career, I’ve been praised for an ability to “get down to brass tacks” and get things done. I have a general aversion to meetings as I believe that most of them are unnecessary in business. If a day rolls by when I have no meetings or phone calls and I can work and produce all day… I’m a happy boy. These two books have helped me to be more productive! Continue reading

Uncommon Marriage by Tony and Lauren Dungy

Later this year, we’ll reach year 7 in our marriage. We still haven’t worked everything out, and we continually seek greater teamwork on some issues within our family. But we are fully in sync on the important things in our marriage; God, family values, love and respecting one another and our children, and a mutual commitment to continual self-improvement. Continue reading

Apple Orange Awesomeness

A while back, we bought a NutriBullet, and I have been drinking a NutriBlast every day ever since we got it. But starting TODAY, I’m going to go a few days where I drink ONLY NutriBlasts for a few days. I won’t eat anything, and I’ll just drink the NutriBlasts and water. No coffee and (gasp) no beer for a few days. I’m eager to feel the difference by Friday! Continue reading

5 Reasons to Give Blood

I DISLIKE needles. I always look away when they go to stick me and if I had to watch it may be a much different decision for me. But it’s only mildly painful, and it’s very important. The last time I went to donate, I read the one stat on one of the papers I filled out that really jumped out at me: Only 37 percent of our country’s population is eligible to give blood, and less than 10 percent donate annually.. Continue reading

Uncommon Marriage by Tony and Lauren Dungy

I thought that this one was going to be tough. From previous relationships I was in, it seemed like I was never in sync with that person, spiritually. My wife was baptized the year before we were married, and together we grew in our faith throughout our courtship. And we continue to study, learn and grow in our faith – both individually, and together. It is a wonderful blessing to be able to share that drive with my spouse, and to know that we’re both striving to be better children of God. And pass that onto our girls. Continue reading

Uncommon Marriage by Tony and Lauren Dungy

In our marriage, we have not “arrived”. We still fight. We still struggle. But more often then not, we return to His word and strive to be better disciples. When we follow His will, we become better people. And that makes us better for one another, and better parents to our girls. What examples of following His will has helped your marriage? Continue reading

2013 Father's Day Celebration - 3 Things I've Learned So Far

I know I still have a LONG way to go before I have any assemblance of parental wisdom. I’m hoping to pick up a few more nuggets of knowledge before our next little one comes along. But so far, here’s three things I’ve learned about being a Dad: Treasure Every Moment, Lead by Example, and Love Your Spouse. Continue reading