Today I started my first official day of vacation. I’m on Hilton Head Island with extended family enjoying the beach and sun. Its an annual trip for us and amost … Continue reading Preparing for Tecate
Every since I began to learn about computer networking I’ve been fascinated by the concept of connecting people together like we connect computers. Today’s advancements in technology are bringing the reality of a world where we interconnect our minds with and using computers. What are the moral and spiritual implications of joining our minds to a computer integrated reality?
Sometimes it takes a lifetime to learn the value of love.
There are birthdays, baptisms, graduations, weddings, baby showers, parties, conferences and funerals. We all have events in our lives that are important. At each of these events we find people, … Continue reading Starting a Party
How do you see God?
There was a time when I looked at the sky and wondered where something so beautiful came from. I laid down on a royal green carpet of grass containing every imaginable … Continue reading Camille
It was well after midnight. As I laid in bed, I just couldn’t calm my mind. Maybe it was the fact that I had 4 cups of coffee in the … Continue reading Being Intentional
On Monday night while traveling on a business trip I decided to take advantage of the hotel mixer. I had no intention of shutting the place down, but I stopped … Continue reading The fire
For years I’ve heard people tell me that I should read the The Five Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman. I don’t know why it took me so long, but I’m … Continue reading Book Review: Five Love Languages
Priorities, busyness, and the spiritual dimension of taking on others burdens
An alabaster jar was once used to hold expensive perfumes. The jars were made with a long neck and designed to be broken to use the contents and were ideal for … Continue reading What’s in your Alabaster Jar?
There were a few moments during my mission trip to Guatemala that I would consider personal discovery moments. Even before the trip, God was weighing on my heart about some … Continue reading Too many cooks