Monthly Archives: March 2007

You Have to Stop Caring

At my weekly meeting for coffee with my dad, we were talking about freedom and bondage related to people in churches and families. In the course of our conversation I said, “I’ve learned one thing; You have to get to the place where you don’t care if they listen or not. Because if you care, it will always beat you… (more…)


In my office, I have a poster that hangs on the wall. It reads, “I will never leave you nor forsake you” (Joshua 1:5). This is the promise of God to Joshua and claimed by most people who have ever walked with God. We trust that whatever life may bring our way, whatever the enemy throws and the Lord allows… (more…)

The Cost of Prejudice

Don’t we all think of ourselves as open-minded people? I am a person of very strong opinions. I come to those opinions with forethought and information, (usually). However, something has happened to me in recent weeks that have convinced me that I’m quite prejudiced in certain areas. (These illuminations have me concerned that there may be other creatures lurking under… (more…)

A Character to Keep

This week a good movie came out on video that I think everyone should see, (if they want to.) Stranger than Fiction, is an offbeat romantic comedy starring Will Farrell. The movie is about an author who is trying to complete a book where the main character, Harold Crick, an obsessive IRS agent, is also a real person. The author… (more…)