Most everyone born in the later half of the 20th Century is familiar with the 1981 Oscar-winning film Chariots of Fire (Best Picture, Best Original Music Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Design + 3 additional nominations), featuring the story of runner Eric Liddell. The Olympic gold medal recipient has influenced many following his days... Continue Reading →
As I was getting ready to work at my home office this morning I noticed that my son left an English paper home, and I texted him about it. Shortly thereafter, I received a call from him noting a sense of desperation to figure out a way to at least get some credit for completing his... Continue Reading →
So often we trudge through each day handling our tasks, only to complete everything (or add some to the next day's list) and then do the same the next day. Honestly, such an existence is mundane, boring, and an absolute waste! Yet, it's so funny how we all fall into that repetitive trap. Just this... Continue Reading →
… it's rare for most church tech guys to get what they feel they need in order to perform their jobs as well as they think they should.
Interestingly, while all paths for the race are different, both the starting point and ending points are the same for all runners.
You'll likely hesitate at the threshold wondering if you should take the next step; you may even shudder at the opportunity. Yet, you will teeter at the pinnacle of decision knowing that beyond the next step of faith will be a world where God is so much more real - where life is so much more meaningful and the joy of obedience is more rewarding than the greatest accolade.
While people are holding their nickles and dimes a bit tighter lately, they are willing to spend their hard-earned cash on one form of entertainment that seems to speak to them - movies.
"The whole thing is about impossibility, so you have to be willing to conquer the impossible in every realm."
It's a challenging paradox: look foolish to attain greatness.