Real Life. Real God.
After a five year hiatus, I’m excited to be writing again on my Real Life. Real God. blog.
Welcome back friends…
latest blog posts
We must always beware the bear when it comes to our marriage. To avoid waking up to warm breath coming out of a moist muzzle here are some bear proof strategies.read more
A spirit of contentment is one of the purest expressions of gratitude we can give God for all He provides. So what’s with all of the long faces?read more
Ten years ago, I stared into the eyes of one of the darkest periods of my life. It was the perfect storm of financial, career and family crisis.read more
What has God done for you lately? What has God done for me lately? Here’s an answer to that question and it’s something we may have forgot.read more
I fought the lawn and the lawn won. This is a popular refrain of mine each year as I engage in my annually recurring epic battle of man versus blade in my yard.read more
Living life at the speed of sound? Experiencing the full tug of the merry-go-round as your fingers lose their grip? Maybe it’s time to breathe.read more
It’s the tallest peak in the Continental United States at 14,505 feet and the trail to the summit offers a spectacular ascent through Sierra Nevada grandeur. Majestic granite cathedrals rise to the sky as you traverse through scenery alternating with fern-strewn...read more
Did you know you’re being watched? Your every move. Your every word. Whether you like it or not you’re being measured, scrutinized and analyzed. They are looking for evidence, something…anything to condemn you as a hypocrite and discredit all you believe. If you are a...read more
All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players: Thus spake the melancholy Jaques in As You Like It, which began one of literature’s most famous monologues in one of William Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies. In his speech exploring the seven...read more
I threw away my wedding ring today. Looking at my ring finger, there was an indentation where it once resided. A band of skin colored red. Immediately, I experienced a sense of deep loss. I felt the pain of abandonment. It was nearly 24 years to the day when I...read more