Archive for June, 2009

Jun 11 2009


Tee-Ball Flashbacks

My son had his first tee-ball practice last night.  The coach really seemed to do well connecting with the kids and bringing out their best in this new activity.  I was proud of Shep’s attitude and effort.  Even though he clearly got hot and tired (summer sports in South Louisiana can be grueling), he stayed […]

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Jun 11 2009


God’s Own Fool

This song came to my mind this morning.  I think it is because of the ways God has been shaking, breaking, and waking me up lately.  I hope you find it as haunting and inviting as I have. Michael Card – “God’s Own Fool”

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Jun 09 2009


Hiding in the Bushes

Sometimes (more often than I really like admitting) I get intimidated by a challenge or responsibility in life, and I just feel like running to hide in the bushes.  It could be a really critical situation where I am keenly aware that the stakes are high, and I am holding some serious responsibility.  And the […]

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Jun 01 2009


Carpe Diem

I became a fan of the Latin phrase for “Seize the Day” after becoming a huge fan of the movie, Dead Poets Society, when I was in high school.  In fact, on my first date with the stunning gal who would eventually become my wife, I wore a t-shirt that proclaimed “Carpe Diem.”  (Thank God […]

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