self evaluation

Serving our household

October 8, 2010

The past 36 hours have been an absolute blitz of home repair and projects. Our daughter, Alli, and her husband, Chris, just moved into a ranch house in the urban section of Stapleton in Denver. A one-month-old son made settling in that much tougher, and so Mary and I offered to pitch in. The home, […]

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Seeking endorsement?

September 17, 2010

It was early on Wednesday morning… a core group of students from Cherokee Trail High School were coming over for a planning meeting, a time in God’s Word, and a few pancakes. I helped Mary in the kitchen as we made final preparations for the gathering. By self-appointment I had determined what music should be […]

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What’s best for me

August 27, 2010

“I have to do what’s best for me, and for my family.” This single sentence, or a variation of it, has proven to be a popular reprise for professional athletes, disgraced politicians, and nearly any and everyone wanting to escape the weight or obligation of unfulfilled expectations. It’s the trump card. The shortener of protracted […]

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