Monthly Archives: May 2011

Distracting From Real Life: My XBox 360

I basically do eight things in life: Spend time with Allison, spend time with my kids, work at my sports medicine job, worry about my spiritual life, sleep, eat, think too much and write. When I say I think too much, I really do. Allison always tells me that I’m thinking on at least five different levels at once. I… Read more »

I’m So Proud Of My Wife

Allison used to have a blog over at Blogspot like I did. She took it down, then realized she missed writing. She’s started it back up again here at WordPress and I’m so proud of her. I love it when she writes. She’d say she’s not very good at it. I’d say that anytime your heart can connect freely with… Read more »

I'm So Proud Of My Wife

Allison used to have a blog over at Blogspot like I did. She took it down, then realized she missed writing. She’s started it back up again here at WordPress and I’m so proud of her. I love it when she writes. She’d say she’s not very good at it. I’d say that anytime your heart can connect freely with… Read more »

The Followers of Harold Camping, Pastors in Peril, and Pride

I suppose you know by now that the world is coming to an end on Saturday. That’s the prediction made by Family Radio’s Harold Camping. True believers will be raptured and those left behind will be in for six months of terror. Camping’s followers have been traveling the country spreading the word for a while now distributing tracts, putting up… Read more »

Repentance, Isolation & My Best Friend

I’ve had a lot of best friends in my life. You’re probably the same way. I remember Todd Winesburg at Oakland Heights Elementary School. We did everything together. We had all kinds of fun, playing imaginary games, hanging out, being kids. Then as time went on, I made new friends. There was my best friend in high school, Mickey DuVall…. Read more »

Repentance, Isolation & My Best Friend

I’ve had a lot of best friends in my life. You’re probably the same way. I remember Todd Winesburg at Oakland Heights Elementary School. We did everything together. We had all kinds of fun, playing imaginary games, hanging out, being kids. Then as time went on, I made new friends. There was my best friend in high school, Mickey DuVall…. Read more »