Tagged with lessons learned

Print out your Reading Plan

In the past I’ve talked about Bible Reading Plans. These are really helpful ways to read through the Bible through the year. There are all sorts of plans that give you all sorts of options. But the most important part is that you are reading the Bible. The generous people at Crossway have made many … Continue reading

Theoretical turned Actual

Last week at 3 AM in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), I found myself praying that God would be Glorified in the life of my newborn son, however short it may be. It was odd that I was praying for God’s glory more than Jonathan’s healing. But it showed me how God has worked … Continue reading

An Update on Jonathan

Today we moved into a room where Jonathan can stay with us. Praise God! Though we’re not home yet, it’s a huge improvement. The room is a little larger than our closet, but with all three of us in there at the same time, it’s just right. Jonathan gets to come out of the NICU … Continue reading

Asking the right questions

This past Sunday our church started a new series on God & Money. Dustin Neeley, the lead pastor, preached a sermon titled “Basic Instructions” that you can watch here. This may be of interest to you because I make a cameo in the end.

The importance of a good Feed Reader

Trying to keep up with a bunch of blogs and website can be a real hassle. Especially if there are important ones you really want to read (like family blogs) and can’t always remember the website. That’s where a Feed Reader comes in handy. I use Google Reader because it’s just that good. It’s free … Continue reading

Breakfast with Great Men

This morning I’m having breakfast with two great men; Mark Coleman and Craig Shuff. They’re on staff at my parent’s church in Davie, Florida. Mark is the pastor and Craig is the administrator. At yesterday’s Baptist 21 panel discussion, we had a chance to catch up and talk for a few minutes before returning to … Continue reading

It’s been a while.

Wow… I haven’t posted anything since June started. Sorry about that. I guess I didn’t realize how busy I was getting. So, to give you an update… here’s what I am doing right now. And here’s what I would rather be doing. Cutting the grass is relaxing and you can see immediate results. We’ve had … Continue reading

Do What You Love To Do

I’ve learned recently that I have to spend time wisely. Part of this is learning what I am good at, what I can do, and what I can’t do. There are certain things that would be fun to do but would be a waste of my time because I am not tallented or gifted in … Continue reading

The Printable CEO

I don’t remember how, but I stumbled upon Dave Seah’s blog. He’s a designer and form guru. I checked out his “Printable CEO” series and I was hooked. I learned a valuable lesson about keeping track of your time not only to help assess your effectiveness and productivity, but to help communicate your value to … Continue reading

3 Smart Things About Sleeping Late

I read this article the other day and I can’t decide if it is a good article that I should learn from or if it is stupid. You decide. 3 Smart Things About Sleeping Late .

New Years Resolutions

I’ve been slacking off. Ever since I got into Twitter, I have completely fallen off of the blogging waggon. I don’t think Twitter will ever kill off the personal blog. They’re way too different. This year, I hope to become a more active blogger. One of my resolutions is to actually take pictures with my … Continue reading

Found dog

Sunday afternoon we took Lucy for a walk and found a dog running around in our yard by the time we got back. This cute little pooch had a hankercheif on but didn’t had any tags. We grabbed another leash from inside and took this dog for a walk to find it’s owners. Though the … Continue reading