A life Well Spent

Titus 2:11-14

For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, training us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age, waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ,  who gave himself for us to redeem us from all lawlessness and to purify for himself a people for his own possession who are zealous for good works.

  • Topic #1 Biblical Decision Making

    Decisions, decisions, decisions! – (A response to Chris Hamilton’s lecture and Biblical Decision Making) Do you want a mocha or a latte? Hyundai or Lexus? USC or UCLA? Which one do I choose? Is it a sin to choose the mocha!?!? What if I’m not in God’s will and I choose UCLA but God wanted … Continue reading Topic #1 Biblical Decision Making Read more

  • Fired

    The rising sun cast a rosy hue across the morning sky. This was THE DAY. The day that I would find out if I still had a job. If I still had a credential. As I briskly walked into the administration office, I could sense the irateness of the HR director. The words that came … Continue reading Fired Read more

  • Graciousness

    Today I came across a post by Jim martin. Here is what he said are the 10 qualities of graciousness. A gracious person is slow to take credit and quick to lavish praise.  A gracious person never seeks to embarrass another. Humiliating another is not in this person’s vocabulary.  (And please don’t say something that … Continue reading Graciousness Read more

  • Gossip

    “I have never seen adultery send a whole church into meltdown. Gossip is perceived as a little sin but it destroys church.” -Unknown Wow. What a statement. I’m not sure who wrote that but that woke me up. Gossip can be seen as an accepted sin in any community. And the fact is that it … Continue reading Gossip Read more

  • Kobe Bryant

    -One day I’m going to teach. And I’m going to tell them about Kobe Bryant. My first basketball experience- Bounce. Bounce. Bounce. I saw kids playing basketball at the courts when I was about 13. I never played basketball. Ever. But I just jumped in. My philosophy has always been that sometimes we need to … Continue reading Kobe Bryant Read more

  • Counseling Well

          I love getting counsel and trying to understand how to live life better. I’ve had the opportunity to be counseled from different students fulfilling their clinical practice requirement at the university they attend. I’ve received good counsel and bad counsel from people I consider Godly; probably better men than me. In the … Continue reading Counseling Well Read more