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Proof the Silent Treatment Doesn’t Work

A man and his wife were having some problems at home and were giving eachother the silent treatment. The next week the man realized that he wouldneed his wife to wake him at 5.00 am for an early morning business flight to Chicago. Not wanting to be the first to break the silence, he finally […]

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Ranburne Quarterbacks

I was looking through some old SD photo cards this afternoon and ran across this picture that was taken about a year and a half ago when Ranburne High’s football field was dedicated to Coach Harlan Robinson. From left to right is my dad, Brit (my brother), me, and Coach Robinson. The interesting thing about […]

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Love Story for the Brokenhearted

“If Brennan Manning writes it, then I’m going to read it.” That is how Mark Batterson starts the foreword to Brennan Manning’s new book, The Furious Longing of God, and I could not agree more. Manning, the original ragamuffin, has done it again with a thought-provoking book that looks at the “radical, no-holds-barred love of […]

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Trusting My GPS

Driving home from my conference in Orange Beach, Alabama this past Thursday, I found myself winding through small Florida towns…faithfully following the turn-by-turn instructions of my Garmin GPS navigation system. When I realized that I was in Florida, it dawned on me that maybe…just maybe…my Garmin might be taking me the wrong way, or, at […]

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Misinterpreting My Story

This past Tuesday was profound for me. I watched a 20 minute video that allowed me to see my life from a completely new perspective and it left me weeping. It has been awhile since I cried that hard. The video is of Donald Miller, author of Blue Like Jazz and Searching for God Knows […]

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