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A parent’s lesson at the airport

My daughters, Lauren and Alexia, were five and three years old when they took their first airplane ride without me to see their Dad.  I remember that morning like it was yesterday.  I did not want to take them to the airport.  A thousand “what if’s?” flew through my brain.  The biggest fear was that the plane would crash.  Up until that…

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It’s ok to not be ok

So often when we face difficult things we feel like hiding them away.  We put up a front and as the old phrase goes, “put on a happy face.” There is no time for sadness, no time for crying, no time to show signs of not being ok.  We are too busy with work, keeping the family going and being there for friends and family in need.  I think we are…

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Like a little child

Children are full of innocence and willing to receive the love we offer them. God has called us to accept his kingdom like a little child.

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Life in fast forward

Life moves at a break-neck speed, but we aren’t called to live by the world’s standards. We are called to "be still," but can we do it?

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Even servers need to be fed

To state the obvious… life is busy. We are people on the go. Always busy. So busy in fact that it's hard to find that quiet time to spend with God.

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Addressing mental health

Imagine you just got some bad news.  You feel an overwhelming desire to talk with someone.  To share this news. To vent, cry, or just try to cope.  Who do you turn to? Growing up we learn to turn to our parents when we need a shoulder to cry on.  As we get a little older we create groups of friends who are there for us in our times of need.  Then…

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Mornings with Adam and April

Imagine you just got some bad news.  You feel an overwhelming desire to talk with someone.  To share this news. To vent, cry, or just try to cope.  Who do you turn to? Growing up we learn to turn to our parents when we need a shoulder to cry on.  As we get a little older we create groups of friends who are there for us in our times of need.  Then…

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Change the world by making your bed

US Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven, delivers a speech about the importance of doing the little things like making your bed, embracing the fears of life, and changing the world for generations to come.

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