It is so much easier for me to "see" if I tell a story. This blog is one of the places that happens.

Cloudy With a Chance for Hope

In the beginning of most of my blogs, I usually tell a story describing a classroom filled with students, some moose in a mountain meadow, or our minivan family dynamic as we speed off to a soccer tournament. This one, however, is different because I want to start by saying thank you. Thank you for not only reading my blog posts but also for walking with me through life over this past year. You have been the best kind of friend, the kind that offers that selfless listening ear, allowing me to process the ups and downs of this journey I’ve been on and the moments God has shown up in the midst of it all. God has used you to be the sunshine I’ve needed to break through the scattered clouds

Exploring Happy Cave

A cave that was the shelter for over 1,000 Okinawans spoke to us. We walked deep into the darkness, sang "Amazing Grace" and learned that embracing truth quite literally brings life.

Deeper Waters

It’s never easy taking that first step into adventure, into the unknown. I’m the guy who gets squirmy when life gets even the slightest bit out of control. That’s why I love Lunchables, seating charts and being the driver on road trips. Whether I’m eating or managing a classroom, it scares me to step into the unknown, which by the way, is completely the opposite of my wife, Deb, who will eat fish eye soup just to “try it” and start home improvement projects because, as she says, “How hard can it be?” It’s largely because of her, sitting in our living room one night, that we booked tickets to fly to Okinawa, Japan. Let me just say that going to Okinawa with a wife who loves the unknown to

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