One of the great things about a New Year is the overwhelming sense of possibility. It’s a time we all get to reorder, prioritize, and redefine what and who is … Continue reading Making a New Year Count
‘Tis the season for flakiness, fakery, shallowness, and avoidance. Give me grace for it please. In the busy season of my career I feel burdened by many little annoyances that … Continue reading It’s Fall. Try Not To Hate Me.
My heart is raw with disappointment. I’m not happy doing a job I was once excited to have. Am I discontent and ungrateful? Is it time for me to move … Continue reading Medicine For Discontentment
Are you about to skim reading this? Are you constantly moving around, finding it difficult or impossible to stop? Have you somehow transcended productivity– always moving on to the next … Continue reading Rest Is For The Weak
“…do not be anxious about your life… –Luke 12:22 It is a clear commandment from Jesus for us not to be anxious nor worry. Yet we do. I confess I’m … Continue reading God Cares About Our Worrying
I think I experience more end of summer blues as a teacher/coach than I did as a student-athlete. The depression sets in heavier when I actually enjoyed my summers. This … Continue reading Fighting End of Summer Blues
Anxiety tells me I have to have control to have security. It says control over my work and marriage is the only way I can be sure I am secure … Continue reading Lies of Anxiety