Left Behind: The End Is Just The Beginning

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With the bounce of a cheetah, I jumped out of bed and was out the door. Much to my despair, the rest of my family was not behind me. With my heart pounding,… Continue reading

The Depressing Reality of Kids’ Sports

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Having spent most of my high school and college years coaching or being a Little League umpire, I have witnessed the power of freshly cut, chalk-stained grass to transform soccer moms and carpool… Continue reading

Don’t Baby Talk Jesus

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Sometimes I am not sure if I’m teaching my 4 month-old how to talk or if he’s teaching me how to make noises. Regardless, I love our time together. And as we communicate… Continue reading