As happens far too often with well-meaning people, good things get messed up. Instruments that may be of a benefit to mankind (i.e., government, technology, or business) have a tendency to become agents of control. What was meant for the … Continue reading Friends with Benefits
Have you ever been in a situation where your view differed so drastically from the majority, or a leadership personality, that you felt as if you must be completely wrong? Perhaps, in that moment you felt the need to change … Continue reading Social Legalism
Unless you’ve been in North Korea for the last few years, it’s likely that you’ve heard or read about some kind of gender-based social movement. More than likely, that social movement has the male gender or climate change as its … Continue reading Toxic Culture
Every Martin Luther King, Jr. day, I try to make time to educate my children in some way about the struggle for racial equality in America. This morning, we watched a documentary about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the time … Continue reading Racism: Not in My House
Last night I had a conversation with my two youngest children about moderation. Will, my youngest, asked to stop at McDonald’s last night on our way home. Anytime he is hungry, he asks to go to McDonald’s. We had a … Continue reading Fast Food. Technology. People. Moderation.
There are many sects within Christianity who, rather than operating under the desire to follow the creative direction of a living God, are content to live by a new dead law. Often, folks with this mindset will try to create … Continue reading A Dead God?
Anyone who knows me, knows I am obsessed with my children… and with being the best dad and friend I can be to them. Regardless of the amount of time they spend with me, I always want more. This year, … Continue reading Kacie, Jesus, Doritos …and way too much vulnerability.