Me, Too?

I don’t consider myself an emotional individual, but I was really rocked by what happened in Las Vegas a few weeks ago. #HopeForVegas

I have also been troubled as I read Facebook posts after Facebook posts that all begin with #MeToo.

I was hoping that someone in the Christian space would speak into this topic, but I haven’t really found a voice that has really said what’s needed to be said. To be fair, can anything be said that really encompasses all there is to be said about this topic? Continue reading “Me, Too?”

I’m a Little Tired

I’m a little tired.

Friday

4:30 Woke up

5:15 Drove to Newport

10:00 Drove to Irvine

2:00 Drove to Newport

Saturday

4:30 Woke up

8:00 Drove to Irvine

10:00 Drove to Newport

12:00 Drove to Irvine

7:00 Drove to Newport

9:00 Drove to Irvine

Sunday

5:30 Woke up

2:00 Drove to Newport

6:00 Drove to Irvine

8:00 Drove to Newport

Monday

5:30 Woke up

8:00 Drove to Irvine

3:00 Drove to Newport

5:00 Drove to Irvine

8:00 Drove to Newport

Tuesday

4:30 Woke up

9:00 Drove to Irvine

10:00 Drove to Newport

11:00 Drove to Irvine

3:00 Drove to Newport

5:00 Drove to Irvine

I’m a little tired.

Praying As a Family

Here’s a little snippet I wrote for the October newsletter of Saddleback Kids Irvine South. It was fun to write, so I thought I’d share with the rest of you. Here it is . . . uncut.

“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.” Philippians 4:6 (NLT)

After a long, exhausting day, I look forward to flopping onto my bed. No, really. I flop onto my bed. I think I get a good amount of airtime as I get my body horizontal and flop onto my bed. It’s my daily end-of-the-day habit. You know what my wife’s daily end-of-the-day habit is? Telling me to get back out of bed to go pray for my kids. We do this every night. Continue reading “Praying As a Family”