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Leadership and Serving: Publix vs. Kroger

Have you ever shopped at Publix or Kroger? The customer service they provide is night and day. One crushes it and we can learn from them.

The Enneagram: Should Christians Use It?

The Enneagram has been a hot topic around my house. Should it have a place in the Christian life or is it a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

Reading List 2020

For 2020, I put together a list of books I would like to have finished by the end of the year. If you have any suggestions, send them my way.

My Story: Anger

Anger is arguably my greatest weakness. My anger progresses quickly to a level that is likely shortening my lifespan. I need to be better.

Music Monday: Capital Lights – “His Favorite Christmas Story”

The words are easy to follow and the tempo is upbeat with a good twist at the end that will tug at your heartstrings. It gets me in the feels every time.

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Spiritual

The Enneagram: Should Christians Use It?

The Enneagram has been a hot topic around my house. Should it have a place in the Christian life or is it a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

Permanently Fill the Hole in Your Life

There is a hole in your life. You might think I’m crazy, but I know it’s there. We crave anything we can find to fill it. We attempt to fill this hole with money, success, people, games, lust, alcohol, drugs, education, science, anything, everything.

My Story: Twice Saved

Stories bind us. Stories captivate us. Stories move us. Stories relate us to each other. This is only the beginning of my story. Two true stories from my life where I was saved. One from the spiritual world, one from the physical world, both connected

Music Monday: West of Here – “On My Knees”

This song speaks to me on a deeper level with friends I know have experienced times of great need and when there was nowhere left to go, on their knees they went

Just for Fun

This is just a post. You could just read it and see for yourself. If you choose to read it, you just might get something out of it. Perhaps, you just might enjoy it. Maybe it’s just for fun.

Leadership

Leadership and Serving: Publix vs. Kroger

Have you ever shopped at Publix or Kroger? The customer service they provide is night and day. One crushes it and we can learn from them.

Reading List 2020

For 2020, I put together a list of books I would like to have finished by the end of the year. If you have any suggestions, send them my way.

Coach’s Corner 03: Attitude & Effort

I believe for an athlete to be the best they can be both on and off the field, attitude and effort are mutually inclusive. Give 100 percent.

The “Leader Ship” is Boarding, 3 Principles to Know Before Embarking

I am always learning and trying to do better. Here are three vital principles I have learned and have greatly contributed to my development as a leader.

Music

Top 10: Bands

Top 10 Tuesday: Bands. It was easy to list the bands I love. It was challenging to narrow down the list.

Music Monday: Capital Lights – “His Favorite Christmas Story”

The words are easy to follow and the tempo is upbeat with a good twist at the end that will tug at your heartstrings. It gets me in the feels every time.

Music Monday: West of Here – “On My Knees”

This song speaks to me on a deeper level with friends I know have experienced times of great need and when there was nowhere left to go, on their knees they went

Music Monday: RED – “Pieces”

I have had many ups and downs in my journey through life and faith, but one thing has always stayed consistent, forever unchanging, and always there to pick up the pieces of our brokenness and make us whole again.

Music Monday: Tobymac – “The Elements”

Tobymac’s “The Elements” is Ariyana’s “get pumped” song for softball. As a father, I use this as my “stay strong” song for doing life.

Coaching

Coach’s Corner 03: Attitude & Effort

I believe for an athlete to be the best they can be both on and off the field, attitude and effort are mutually inclusive. Give 100 percent.

Coach’s Corner 02: I Play for My Team

What did I mean when I said, “I play for my team?” I had the girls repeat this over and over. It was not until the end of the season the words finally made sense.

Coach’s Corner 01: I Play for My Self

During my seasons as an assistant coach for my daughter’s softball team, one phrase you will hear me say quite often is, “I play for my self. I play for my team.” Let’s break down the first part of that phrase.

Coach’s Corner 00: Beginning

One of the things my wife and I have always told our kids is, “you have to do at least one thing, because doing nothing is not an option.” I think most parents would echo that same statement.