In no particular order -1. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, especially my siblings, parents, and cousins. I missed them more than I thought I did. I need to see them more often. 2. Our church family is a source of strength, comfort, and stability that we are so incredibly blessed to have. … Continue reading Welcome, 2022! Here are 10 things I learned in 2021.
2021 was, in fact, a great year!
At the beginning of the year, I had shared a link to the Who's song 1921 from Tommy to capture my optimism for this year. I've got a feeling '21 is going to be a good year. Especially if you and me see it in together I've got a feeling '21 is going to be … Continue reading 2021 was, in fact, a great year!
What Makes a Husband and Father a Man
Today is Father's Day in the US. I don't know if it's celebrated in other countries. It's not a holiday I tend to make a fuss over, but then, I don't usually make a big deal about my birthday or anniversary, other than I like to celebrate another year with my wife, perhaps over a … Continue reading What Makes a Husband and Father a Man
Our eldest daughter is engaged to be married!
Can't share much more at the moment, but my wife and I are filled with such joy. Emotions are running high in our home as 2 families are prepping to become one. And, the young couple has an aggressive timeline in mind to boot. Our prayer is that God will be glorified throughout the whole … Continue reading Our eldest daughter is engaged to be married!
Your children are the product of your training
Ho boy. This is going to upset some people. And if I do offend some of my friends, I'm not trying to crush your spirit. I hope you take this with some salt and try to glean something from my rantings. Everywhere I look, it's obvious that there are multiple generations of people that are … Continue reading Your children are the product of your training