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02 March 2013 ~ 1 Comment

I’m Coming Out & Standing Up

I’ve been public about my struggle with depression over the last 12 years, as well as our journey with our son’s diagnosis with bipolar disorder. We don’t know that the diagnosis will stick long term, and as anyone would, we hope it won’t. Nonetheless, I’ve learned there is much more to mental illness than the […]

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22 January 2013 ~ 1 Comment

40th Anniversary of Roe v Wade

Representing over 55,000,000 children today are the countless mothers & fathers who have walked through one of the most difficult decisions of their lives that resulted in an abortion. We pray that each of them would know beyond a shadow of a doubt God’s love for them. We pray that His love would invade their […]

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25 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Have Yourself A Merry Little …. WHAT?!?

Hope you’re safe on Black Friday! Apparently, some are not!

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24 May 2011 ~ 0 Comments

What’s The Big Deal About Israel?

I mentioned in my message last Sunday just a little bit about the importance of Christians standing with Israel. I believe it’s particularly important to talk about this in light of President Obama’s recent statement. It took me a long time as a Christian to get this issue. By “getting it”, I don’t claim to […]

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02 September 2010 ~ 2 Comments

I’m Not Alone

This morning, a story ran on NBC’s Today Show. It was about a young lady named Gentrie Hanson, who has gastroparesis, the same rare condition I’ve been diagnosed with. You can click here to watch the feature. While my experience is mine alone, it’s always good to know that you’re NOT alone! I also haven’t […]

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20 October 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Thoughts on Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize

It’s not generally a habit of mine to opine about political things. Don’t get me wrong. I believe Christians should be involved in political issues. And I do get involved in the process. I’m just not one to give a lot of opinion. Anyway, the other day, I read something I found quite interesting about […]

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11 October 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Pray for Family of David Sumner

You may have already heard. My heart has been so saddened by the news of 10 year old David Sumner, a Simi Valley Viking football player who collapsed at practice on Thursday and died on Friday. All Viking & Gold Coast Youth Football League games were canceled Saturday as a result and a candlelight vigil […]

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31 December 2008 ~ 1 Comment

Every Communicator Ought To Read This

I love the annual list that Lake Superior State University publishes at the end of every year! It’s their Annual List of Banished Words. I think every communicator ought to read this and have some fun with it! From over 5,000 nominations this year, they’ve chosen 15. Read all about it here. This year, for […]

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06 November 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Michael Crichton dies

Michael Crichton, author of “Jurassic Park” and creator of “ER” died tonight in Los Angeles. A prolific author and creator, he apparently had cancer and chose to fight it privately. Sad.

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27 October 2008 ~ 3 Comments

Welcome To My Fresh Look!

Thanks for coming by and taking a gander at the blog’s new look! After a lot of hard work by a friend of mine and some final tweaking to get a few details in place, I am finally getting around to putting the word out and posting again. You’ll notice the picture in the header. […]

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