Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Snow days were beyond exciting when our kids were growing up.  The first falling flake triggered a domestic extravaganza before we went outside to sled down the street, make a snowman, and pelt one another with snow balls.  The...
I used to work hard at managing my time.  Because.   At the end of the day, how we use our time measures how we live our life.   Along the way, I learned managing my energy gave me the ability...
Life is brief . . . filled with circumstances . . . beyond our control. The thing is . . . making a decision . . . is the piece of life we control; however, our decisions often control...
TableThink's Sunday is the day we focus on our soul-work.  Today our conversation at the table is about the power of grace.  Of course, grace influences and impacts the whole world. But. Grace is unseen and often goes unnoticed . ....
TableThink's Saturday is the day we slow-down, take a breath, and put aside time to be still to know God.  The thing is . . . the more I know God . . . the more I look forward...
Friday is TableThink's day to review the matters of life.  We are asking these questions at TableThink's table as we review: What are your thoughts about who you are . . . what you are doing . . ....
The bigger picture opens up with the choice to be intentionally aware of God. I can tell you for sure there's a profound soul-deep difference when I open my eyes and look to the horizon with awareness of the active...
It's important to learn there's another side of the story.   Of course, we tend to think "our side" is the truth and nothing but the truth. Throughout the years, I've listened to the stories of couples, families, and friends who...
Discouragement is on the rise. The condemning spirit residing in our culture certainly is one big reason for the increase of discouragement.  The energy used in condemning self and/or others depletes our passion for living and leads to discouragement.  To...
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered today for many reasons, including his speech, "I Have A Dream." “ . . . I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves...