One of my favorite things about a good hero story is when the hero is all but defeated and decides to stand up one more time. Somehow this is all that is needed to win. Whether through courage, friendship, or some power never used until the moment they needed it. That last stand makes all … Continue reading Standing When You Fall
Last year I had the chance to write a guest post for mynextgen.org, but I never posted it here, so here is that post. It was written for young leaders, but the advice in it is a good advice that can apply to anyone who wants to better themselves: Being the youngest leader in the … Continue reading Advice For Young Leaders
There stands in my room, an old relic that has not seen light, or been touched in years. It is my trombone from High School. And about all it's good for these days is collecting dust, which I occasionally clean off. I loved playing; music had brought joy to my life. It still does, but … Continue reading Collecting Dust
"I confess. I didn’t leave Gallifrey because I was bored! That was a lie, it’s always been a lie! Not enough? You want more? I was scared! I ran because I was scared! Is that what you want me to say? Is that true enough for you?" - The Doctor WE ARE ALL AFRAID of something. … Continue reading I Was Afraid
I hate being sore. When I wake the next day after a particularly intense workout, I usually have trouble moving without having all sorts of pain shoot through my body. Trying to be healthy and get in shape is hard. You have do things that you wouldn't normally do, eat food you don't really like, and … Continue reading Pain in the Process
Last month I attended Winter Jam in Houston, TX and it was amazing! Not only were the artists who preformed great, but there were also powerful stories of changed lives throughout the event. One moment captivated me, it was when Matthew West lead the whole stadium full of people in a rendition of Amazing Grace … Continue reading All Together Now!