We celebrate fathers and all men today. We recognize Father’s Day can be difficult for those who grieve for their grandfathers, fathers, and/or children. Whether there’s been death, a broken relationship, an illness,  or something else, grief often goes deep...
It's the weekend! Stepping away from the fast-pace to quiet the soul and be with one another becomes everything when the weekend slow-down is a key element of the routine and rhythm of life.  There's no denying the importance of...
It's a great day to review TableThink's podcast, which explores faith in our lives. 001: Welcome To TableThink We took a seat at the table and talked about our dreams for TableThink.  This is a great podcast for all those...
At some point or another, most of us experience feeling tired all the time.  More often than not, tiredness is derived from our response to the circumstances needing to be managed and navigated every. single. day.  When there's too much...
The appreciation and celebration of simple things is often missed in this fast paced era.  It's a TableThink conversation.  Most say they need life to be simpler and less complicated, but struggle to find a way to make it...
At TableThink we're constantly evaluating our systems, determining what's working and what's not working.  Our evaluation process begins with the question, “Does this serve our purpose?” This is a great question for our individual life as well as couples, families,...
It’s Monday!    Monday is our day to ramp it up and renew an element of living.   We recommend this practice for individuals, couples, and families as well as organizations.  This practice serves who we are and what we do. This...
Note:  I have learned, studied, and experienced grace.  Even so, I will never be able to adequately express and explain grace.  One thing for sure:  Grace is amazing.   Nothing is ever ordinary when grace is involved. Grace takes us beyond...
It's the weekend! I can tell you for sure, the weekend slow-down makes an incredible difference in how life is lived.  Without an intentional slow-down in the rhythm of life, we will eventually be caught in the trap of chaos. ...
Our oldest son, Joe, began a job a few years after graduating high school.  He worked for a construction company and quickly became one of the most sought after employees because of his commitment to the job, reliability and...