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When you or I strain our neck to look backwards at our past mistakes, Jesus is there. And if we don't see Him there, we are not seeing clearly.


Fat: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Digestible fat has gotten a bad rap these days. Some diet plans have you drastically restricting fat grams without any regard as to the particular fat. My concern is that you will throw the baby out with the bath water (or the good fat out with the bad fat) in striving to purge fat from your menu. There are many reasons we need to eat the…


Adolescent or adult?

When does adulthood begin? The answer to that question has changed radically in the last 15 years. It would seem the 20-somethings of today do not see themselves as adults.

Can you slow down?

I’m in my late 40s, life expectancy is shy of 80 for males. Ask those in my life, I can feel the pressure to pack my life full of activity and maximize my time by doing all I can. In school, we’re encouraged to join as many clubs as possible to make the most of our educational experience. At work, it’s expected that we’ll be unreal…


"Yikes! My child was rude!!”

The chances are great that every parent reading this blog has, on occasion, been embarrassed by the rude behavior of their child. From time to time, your children will interact with adults who are not in their lives on a regular basis, especially during holidays and vacations.  Now is a good time for a little proactive training and…

Momma said there’d be days like this

It’s been swirling in my heart lately. A black cloud of disappointment. And I don’t know why. And even after I pleaded God’s mercies to put feet to my prayers. Silence. “Stay here. Stay near.”… I have to wonder if that is how the children of Israel felt, when they struck out in obedience and didn’t


20 things I wish I’d known in my late twenties

Some GREAT advice here no matter where you are in life. Definitely not just for twenty-somethings — although you may want share with them too! “20 Things I wish I’d known in my Late Twenties”. This part really spoke to me today: “18. Live loved. Wake up every morning and—before you put your feet…


Things you never thought you’d say… then you had kids

A graphic designer from Iowa has 4 boys under the age of 10, and just like most parents, he’s had to say things that simultaneously make him laugh… and cry. His method of coping is to design posters that go with the sayings, and I want to buy every single one of these and put them in my kids’ room. Here are some of the prints…


Name your pain

Often times, during my initial evaluation of a patient, I will begin a series of questions regarding their pain’s quantity and quality that leaves my examination room filled with the sound of crickets—if you would—utter silence, much confusion, followed by prolonged contemplation. It’s as if my patient has shown up…


Are your kids getting enough sleep?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, American teenagers require about 9-1/4 hours of sleep a night, yet only 8 percent of them are getting it. A recent study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that as much as two-thirds of high school students get less than seven hours of sleep nightly. You might be wondering…

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