How good is your memory?

I remember many years ago laughing at my grandmother because she would leave one room and go into another and forget why she went into that room. Well, I’m not laughing anymore because I often experience that myself nowadays! It’s a normal part of life to see a decrease in our ability to remember things […]

Adjective or Noun?

We live in a world that is heavily focused on identity. If you don’t think that’s true, just leave your wallet or social security number laying around and see what happens. In 2019 alone, there were 1,473 data breaches by companies in the United States, resulting in 164.6 million sensitive records exposed. Trust me, identity […]

What Can I Do?

We’re already two-thirds of the way through the year 2020 and, to say the least, this has been a challenging year. No matter where you turn, there seems to be some type of crisis; economic decline, a pandemic, racial unrest, and as of today, a hurricane described as un-survivable is due to hit south Texas […]

Be a Person of Virtue

Do you remember when the Korean auto-maker Hyundai began importing cars to the United States back in the 1990s? Maybe you or someone you know owned a Hyundai back then. They were a very affordable car, but had a terrible reputation for their quality control. But in 1999, and executive by the name of Chung […]

Who Is My Neighbor?

Well, here we are in the year 2021 and many people thought that all of the unrest and uncertainties of 2020 would disappear. But as we’ve witnessed what happened at our nation’s capital, we can resolve that we still have a long way to go. What ever happened to loving thy neighbor? Thousands of years […]

Cleaning House

     Many years ago, a good friend of mine had a life change…he rededicated his life to God. His life prior to that was a very socially driven one; he would regularly frequent the local club on Thursday nights. He enjoyed the atmosphere that was specifically designed to attract women and, though he was married, […]

Let’s Work Together

     If we’ve ever needed a model for how we should work together, we need it now. With tensions high and more unrest in our nation, we could use a change in perspective when it comes to working together. And one of the greatest examples is found in the historic rebuilding of the walls of […]

The Best Race to Run

     Since the pandemic began over a year ago, it seems that more people have invested time in personal fitness and exercise. Being stuck at home decreased our activity and people became creative with simple ways to maintain their health within the confines of their own neighborhoods.  Running seemed to be one of the top […]

Can You Hear Me Now?

     How many times have you frantically looked for your glasses only to find them on top of your head? It’s amazing how easy it is to lose sight of things that are right in front of you. And it’s no different spiritually for us.      I’m not sure about you, but one of my […]

You’re Never Alone

     Just two weeks ago our family suffered the unexpected loss of my son-in-law, whom I affectionately referred to as my ‘son-in-love’. We’re a very close-knit family and are still enduring the pain of losing him while learning so many things at the same time. As we celebrated his life, my eyes were opened in […]