New Writing Gig – For Me And You (Maybe…)

I’ve recently joined a local website as a featured blogger – don’t worry, I’ll still post here – but I wanted to put the website’s name and URL out there, as well as link you to my blog page there. The site is The Patch (http://loganville.patch.com) and it is run by Sharon Swanepoel. If you’re

You’re Not As Weird As You Think

You’re not as weird as you think you are. How do I know this? Simple statistics. 84% of people like the smell of their feet. 23% of people eat their own boogers. 36% of people consistently misspell the word “misspell.” 1 out of every 3 Americans has a stopwatch that doesn’t work. At least 100… Continue reading You’re Not As Weird As You Think

The High School Lunchroom (Or, Social Darwinism At Its Apex)

I went and ate lunch with some high school students today (I was invited by one of the students from my church). I blogged about the entire adventure here, but there was one particular aspect that I felt worthy of exploring in more depth here on my personal blog. After 17 years of post-high school… Continue reading The High School Lunchroom (Or, Social Darwinism At Its Apex)

The Call: Musings on Ravi Zacharias, C.S. Lewis, and Moving On

For the past three years, I’ve worked for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries in two capacities: first, as the writer and producer of the Ministry’s two radio programs, “Let My People Think” and “Just Thinking” and secondly as the Project Manager for the Training and Special Projects Division. It has been, without question, three of the… Continue reading The Call: Musings on Ravi Zacharias, C.S. Lewis, and Moving On

We Should’ve Cloned Ronald Reagan

If he had lived, Ronald Reagan would’ve turned 100 years old today. I’ve been looking at the various Facebook statuses, Tweets, blog posts and articles dedicated to the late president, and I gotta tell you: we should’ve cloned Ronald Reagan when we had the chance. I mean, the stuff I’ve been reading – no disrespect… Continue reading We Should’ve Cloned Ronald Reagan