What I Learned Fall 2020

I haven’t participated in Emily P. Freeman’s quarterly reflective post for a while, but with Advent here it seems like the perfect time to pause and look back over what I’ve learned over the past three months. So much has felt monotonous about 2020. Wash your hands, stay 6 feet … Read More

Thanksgiving Goodies for a Smaller Celebration

I love that Ordell has taken over smoking the turkey the past few years because it’s not my favorite task. In fact, I’d prefer not to deal with a whole turkey ever again if possible. With a bit more time (and over space) I could fill up our kitchen with … Read More

Coaching Families 2020 Christmas Wish List

It’s time to start hunting for gifts for your favorite coaching family again! There are two types of gift-givers. Those that opt for cash or a gift card and those that prefer to select gifts that require wrapping and opening. If you are in category number two this list is … Read More

Rumor Mills and Bleacher Coaches

It’s November and that means that fall sports are finishing their seasons, have entered playoffs, or have completed enough of their season to see if the fair-weather fans are sticking around this year. For coaching families of fall sports, November marks the beginning of the most difficult part of the … Read More

Christ-Centered Relationship with God

“Religion today is not transforming people; rather it is being transformed by the people. It is not raising the moral level of society; it is descending to society’s own level, and congratulating itself that it has scored a victory because society is smilingly accepting its surrender.” A.W. Tozer Like many … Read More