Someone Like You? But Who Are you?

Today’s post will be a rather short one, but significant one to me. It is significant because he highlights an issue of my daughter’s and in many respects that of many people today. Almost everyday my daughter, Leila, watches the show Doc McStuffins¬†as it...

Vision, Courage, and Box Office Classics (2): Remember the Titans

As I have spent the past few days decompressing and enjoying some epic films, I have been continually blown away at the depth of the value in many of these great classics. One such INSTANT classic in my eyes is Remember the Titans. This film is explicit in its efforts...

Vision, Courage, and Box Office Classics (1): The Patriot

At the time this is being written, the 4th of July is just in our rear-view mirror. That means that America as a country celebrated our independence. Our country is far from perfect and is often a highlighted example of problems that we see globally. However, often...

Where Did the Time Go?

Do we wear watches these days? Is the wrist watch going out of business? What are the implications of such a possibility? As insignificant as this thought is, For fun I feel like taking a moment to consider it. As a youth I remember a great fashion and function...

Ain't Too Proud to Beg (2): A Parent's Response

In the blog post from earlier this week, I address the similarities between the way my daughter attempts to get her desires met and the way that many of us go before the Lord for requests. Her strategies I mentioned were as follows: Pout/Shout Manipulation Take It But...