What Men Know They Need But Don’t Know How To Get

What Men Know They Need But Don’t Know How To Get

Anyone can build a treehouse. It’s not rocket science. It just takes developing a plan of what the desired outcome is, grabbing a hammer and some different saws, and taking quite a few trips to the local hardware store for supplies. There is one thing I found to be true in building them: It is much more difficult to do alone.

Bring Life To Your Family: It Starts By Reading The Bible

Bring Life To Your Family: It Starts By Reading The Bible

Ten years ago it was said that there were over 33,000 “versions” of Christianity. Today, that number has only increased. Thousands and thousands of groups of people that think their ‘version’ is the right one. How did we get to this place, where people tailor religion to fit their needs, or simply create their own?

Who Are You Trying To Become?

Who Are You Trying To Become?

I am going to work with a legend.

Ok, maybe “legend” is a bit strong of a word. In fact, if he were sitting here, he would throw down some sort of joke to lighten the weight of that compliment. Regardless of what he says, God has used him to help people understand the grace of God and how it can be applied in the family.

My Favorite Way To Communicate Identity, Truth And Value

My Favorite Way To Communicate Identity, Truth And Value

Hand-written letters will someday follow the dinosaur by traveling the road to extinction. What once represented such a formal, elegant expression of words is quickly being discarded in favor of more efficient, practical methods of communication. What a shame.

Free At Last: Understanding The Fourth Of July

Free At Last: Understanding The Fourth Of July

Today is a big day. For we Americans, this day represents much more than fireworks, outdoor cookouts, and sticky watermelon faces. It is a day filled with history, significance and courage. The meaning behind the fourth of July helps us teach much greater lessons as well.

If You Are Free, Then Help Others Find True Freedom

If You Are Free, Then Help Others Find True Freedom

I remember the first time I was accused of being a Pharisee. It was painful, but true.

It was over 20 years ago now. I was living in a college dorm at Louisiana State University. At the time the legal drinking age was 18, and girls were permitted to come and go as they pleased. The resulting environment was toxic, as you can imagine.