Category Archives: Family

Footprints

This stuff makes me start to tear up!

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On Love

When most people say they love someone, they do not mean “I’ve made a commitment to place your needs above my own.” They usually mean “I like the way you make me feel or what you do for me.” James … Continue reading

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Day 3 in El Salvador with Compassion International

Day 3 was more of the same. Impressed. Wow. Conviction. We left the city today and drove about an hour and a half into more rural parts. We past Mayan ruins and fields of volcanic rock leftover from some eruption … Continue reading

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Day 2 in El Salvador with Compassion International

Getting a head start on the day two report, I haven’t done the Day 2 “devotional”, but it does ask the question again, “What ONE WORD best summarizes this day for you?” The answer so far would be, “wow.” Today … Continue reading

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Rick and Kay Warren Talk About Their Son’s Suicide

I have so much respect for this man and his wife. I’m so glad they share their lives so we can learn/be inspired by them. Go here and read the article.

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Friday Funny – Sumo Wrestling and Brotherly Love

My brother Matt and I got to face each other in “Sumo” wrestling at the Durham Bulls game on Sunday, August 4th. Enjoy!

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It is Not Good – Isolation

“A man who isolates himself seeks his own desire; He rages against all wise judgment.” Proverbs 18:1 (NKJV)

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