Tag: Reflection

  • Outside The Storm

    This morning I was up and out the door by 4:30am for a flight to Philadelphia. As I drove to the airport, a local radio station talked about “winds topping […]

  • I’m Coming Home

    While it is a little known fact that I was born in Anchorage Alaska, if you ask me where I call “home”, without hesitation I will tell you Cleveland, Ohio. […]

  • To Hear The Words

    Then the LORD said to him, “This is the land I promised on oath to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob when I said, ‘I will give it to your descendants.’ I […]

  • The End Of My Rope

    Image by CheshireCat@TO via Flickr We continue to accumulate tools to help our new puppy “Wubzzy” acclimate himself to our world and home. I never realized how high maintenance a […]

  • Thoughts on Tiger

    Like most of the rest of the world, I just watched the streaming video of Tiger Woods statement of apology. Unlike most of the internet world, I am not going […]

  • God Had Other Plans

    I hate the treadmill. I really do. I try to avoid it as much as possible, but the nearly 2 feet of snow outside make it pretty difficult to train […]

  • Do It Anyway

    People are often unreasonable, illogical and self centered; Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives; Be kind anyway. If you are successful, […]

  • As Long As It Matters

    Last night the randomness that is my iTunes played the song “As Long As it Matters” by the Gin Blossoms. I hit repeat a few times just because it is […]

  • Fill In The Blank

    Anyone else tired of the ordinary? Anyone else feel like you are stuck in the mundane? Have you ever sat down and just pondered what your purpose is on this […]

  • I Am

    This is a re-post of sorts. Lots of “stuff” going on all around us isn’t there? Sometimes it makes you wonder if God is still in control. The requests are […]

  • Day Four – Hunger and Thirst

    “Blessed are they those that hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. -Matthew 5:6 What is the hungriest you have ever been? How about thirsty? That question […]

  • Day Three – Blessed are the Meek

    Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth -Matthew 5:5 Like I said in earlier posts, this is just my crazy finite minds interpretation of the beatitudes as […]

  • These Small Hours

    The kids and I watched “Meet The Robinson’s” the other night. I have this weird knack when watching films of picking up the soundtrack music and how it relates to […]

  • Who’s Your Jonathan?

    Many of you commented off-line regarding my post “What’s Your Isaac”. For that I thank you. This post is somewhat born out of that post as well. One of the […]

  • What You Believe

    “You can say what you think, but you will live what you believe” – Mark Hall I flew Southwest Airlines home from Chicago tonight. If you’re familiar with Southwest they […]

  • The Now and The Not Yet

    I’m probably aging myself a bit here, but way back in the day Amy Grant had a song that came to mind today. Maybe it is because if I had […]

  • I Am

    I had to laugh this morning when I reflected on the excitement of last weekend. I was amused by how excited we can get when another person signs their name […]

  • One Last Lecture

    I just opened up Yahoo to find the sad news that Randy Pausch has passed. By now I am sure that you have probably seen this video. It is all […]

  • “Yours”

    While I was checking the RSS feeds tonight I read something I just had to share. All of this is credit to the guys at StereoTruth.net. They posted the news […]

  • Your Moment

    I like the commercials for ATT Small Business where the actors say “Welcome to my moment“. I couldn’t help but think of them today while I was cutting the grass. […]

  • Hebrews 11:1

    For well over a year and a half now, I have climbed aboard plane after plane. Week after week and month after month, I step onto an airplane and never […]

  • Charlotte Reflections

    We’re back. Just in time for me to jet to Miami in a few days. We had a great time in Charlotte. Below are some reflections from the 4 days […]

  • Who Says You Can’t Go Home?

    What a weekend. The family and I left on Friday afternoon to head to our hometown of Bedford, Ohio for the wedding of Heather’s youngest sister. “My Girls”, “The Boy” […]

  • The Friend of a Wounded Heart

    A few weeks ago this song by Wayne Watson came across iTunes and through my office speakers. I stopped what I was doing and listened to it several times to […]

  • Sunday is Mother’s Day

    I.O.U by Jimmy Dean You know most people look through their wallets or their pocket books and, way down at the bottom, past the credit cards and baby pictures, green […]

  • The One That Started It All

    “With Arms Wide Open” by Creed

  • Folded Corners

    My good friend Denny taught me a trick a few years ago of folding the corner on the pages I wanted to remember. I let my fingers do the walking […]

  • I said…You heard…

    Kids and lessons from our Heavenly Father go hand in hand don’t they? The timing is sometimes scary. This morning was one of those moments. Let me explain. Last night […]

  • By His Wounds

    “By His Wounds” from the CD “Glory Revealed”

  • Prayer

    Going a little farther, he fell with his face to the ground and prayed, “My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as […]


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