Last night, my family went to eat at Zaxby’s with a couple of the students from my church. We were enjoying our food when the restaurant inexplicably began to fill up with teenagers – some of whom I was familiar with. In fact, I got up and hugged one of the kids because I taught… Continue reading Is Something Wrong in Grayson?
Tomorrow, I’m going to spend an awful lot of time perched on a particularly uncomfortable seat, hoping against hope that the people in front of me have more accuracy issues than the National Enquirer. I’m going to sit there, thinking about the water beneath me, and the people before me, and ask myself if risking… Continue reading The Dunk Tank
“I thank God for the Unseen Hand, sometime urging me onward, sometimes holding me back; sometimes with a caress of approval, sometimes with a stroke of reproof; sometimes correcting, sometimes comforting. My times are in his hand.” – Vance Havner In 1981, I was five years old and obsessed with Star Wars. Ronald Reagan was… Continue reading 30 Years of Obedience: A Profile of Rev. Tommy Jordan
It’s been a few days since I last posted a blog, so I thought I’d break the silence with a little something worthwhile. My wife, reading the sterling book The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, suddenly sat up in bed, looked at me and said, “Well, you’re definitely a Connector.” In case you don’t know… Continue reading Connecting You To The Seam