Red Letter Moments

separating God’s voice from mine

  • The Family Business

    February 27, 2021 by

    An entertaining thing happened last week. Cora, my daughter, is taking an art and design class this semester in high school. Her teacher unlocked the second portion of her classroom and revealed an odd-looking machine used to print tee shirts and a couple of other printing machines for posters and banners. Anna and I own… Read more

  • Day 2

    February 20, 2021 by

    A friend and I were discussing parables in the Bible and, and in our conversation, he reminded me that the stories Jesus taught were not actual accounts of real people. Instantly those parables dropped down a few rungs on my ladder of importance. Thankfully, he countered that reasoning by reminding me that if the creator… Read more

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The Family Business

An entertaining thing happened last week. Cora, my daughter, is taking an art and design class this semester in high school. Her teacher unlocked the second portion of her classroom and revealed an odd-looking machine used to print tee shirts and a couple of other printing machines for posters and banners. Anna and I ownContinue reading “The Family Business”

Day 2

A friend and I were discussing parables in the Bible and, and in our conversation, he reminded me that the stories Jesus taught were not actual accounts of real people. Instantly those parables dropped down a few rungs on my ladder of importance. Thankfully, he countered that reasoning by reminding me that if the creatorContinue reading “Day 2”

CODY

My friend Cody went to Heaven one week ago. I was asked to share what I loved about him at his funeral service. The leadership lesson God reminded me of through the process of grieving has made an impact on how I lead and think of others. This is what I got to share: BeforeContinue reading “CODY”