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

Minivans and Warriors

Despite the fights that broke out, the air conditioner that struggled through Nevada, and the trash stuffed into every nook and cranny of our minivan, our road trip to California went pretty well. In between Redbox videos and iTunes jam sessions, Deb, the kids and I all got the chance to be our own minivan Marco Polos. The exploration piece of the trip gripped all of us. From the towering canyon walls of Zion National Park to the California ocean waves foaming on the beach, God’s creativity was everywhere. I expected that. Every turn in the road brought more wonder, but what I didn’t expect was to see God’s creativity in what He was doing with my life. The beauty of God’s authorship jum

The Cry of the Fatherless

We’re wired to need dads. That truth screams at me every day through the eyes of the kids in my classroom. During the school year on Wednesdays, some high school guys and I circle up some desks, and in between bites of Little Caesar’s pizza, we open our Bibles and talk. One particular Wednesday, with little time to prepare for the Bible study, as usual, I asked God for some help and found an interview with Toby Mac on YouTube. During the interview, he has some honest, powerful things to say about the importance of community, reading the Bible and clinging to God in prayer. When it was over, I turned off the projector and asked the guys what they thought. The discussion went as expected

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