Monthly Archives: September 2018

#Goals

What do you want? Is there something that drives you each day? What is your motivation, your ambition, your dream? I get it. I’m a goal setter and relentless pursuer of those goals. Re-lent-less. I’ve learned something, though. As usual, … Continue reading

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Trophies

I apologize in advance. What I’m about to say makes me, by definition, old. Because I am getting older, though, I’m going to say it anyway. When I played youth athletics in the 70s and early 80s, only the team … Continue reading

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White knuckle: A testimony

I was in church singing “King of my Heart” by John Mark and Sarah McMillan when I was struck full force by the song’s outro: When the night is holding onto me God is holding on It may surprise you … Continue reading

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Victory formation

In football, the game sometimes reaches the point where the result is no longer in question and the (soon-to-be) winning team with possession of the ball aligns in the “victory formation”. The quarterback then receives the snap and takes a … Continue reading

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