This is the second part of my learning from the annual Calvary Chapel Pastor's Conference. You can read part 1 here.6. Leadership is Risky but worth it. Skip Heitzig talked on leadership and it really struck a cord with me. Seven years after planting The Village Chapel there are a lot of pot holes of … Continue reading 10 Things I Took Away from CCSPC 14 pt II
There is going to come a time when we will have to confess something we did. Whether is something we were caught in or something that bothers us so much we need to get it off of our conscience. How we go about confessing can be just as important as what we confess. If we … Continue reading True Confession
I sit between 6-7 hours a day at work. I am usually on the couch for 1.5 - 2 hours after the kids go to bed so I am the prime candidate for what this graph shows below. Looking into ways that I can change this. After a lot of research I have decided … Continue reading The Necessary Evil
I run across some awesome mountain bike photos and this is one of them. Most of the photos I get are from a website called Adventure Journal which produces a "Daily Bike" photo. Enjoy this and dream about being there.
This is why I mountain bike. Where I live we don't have forests as intense as this but there are several places that are close. There is nothing like speeding through trees down a single track. This is how I would spend most of my Saturdays if I could.
As I write this post my wife has finished over half of our Christmas shopping. We are very strategic about how we go about our Christmas shopping each year. With four kids of our own and 12 nieces and nephews to buy for as well as Grandparents and Great Grandparents we could end up spending … Continue reading Surviving Black Friday
My friend posted this picture on Facebook over the weekend. I was part of a promotion team for Vanguard University back in 1993 that went to Summer Camps and Youth Conferences doing sketch comedy. We were a really good team and God really used us to impact the youth at each place. I will never … Continue reading Team Chemistry is More Than Getting Along
There are five places that you just can't miss while on the Central Coast of California. Here are five areas that you must go to if you are in the area. Four of them are in close proximity to each other and one is all by it's lonesome. Still you want to go to them. … Continue reading Favorite Places on the Central Coast
Almost nine years ago I bought my Toyota Tundra and this morning I drove its 100,000 mile. So many great road trips and only had to replace the tranmission. It is a great truck and I look forward to another 100k.
Recently I switched from buying my coffee at Starbucks to Circle K. The reason indicates how conditioned we become as humans. I usually like to grab an afternoon coffee to give me that boost for the rest of the day. One day on the way back to my office I headed towards the drive thru … Continue reading I Switched