The seemingly unquenchable fiery sting of defeat is probably still stinging the hearts of Georgia Bulldog fans this morning, and probably will for a really long time. After surviving double … Continue reading Georgia’s Loss is Today’s Lesson
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
Author’s Note: Before I begin, I feel it is my duty as a writer to let you know that these words will not be as well-organized as usual. These are … Continue reading Random Thoughts. Too Honest?
‘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
“I lay down and slept; I woke again, for the Lord sustained me.” –Psalm 3:5 Science While we slept, the at least 100 billion galaxies continued to exist, your heart … Continue reading While You Were Sleeping
For kingship belongs to The Lord, and he rules over the nations… Posterity shall serve him; it shall be told of The Lord to the coming generation; they shall come … Continue reading Kingships and Presidencies Belong to The Lord
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