It’s easier said than done. Practicing what you preach, actually living the lessons and advice we are so quick to offer others, can be in itself an overwhelming task. Tomorrow morning, I have privilege of doing just that. Throughout the past few weeks I’ve been leading my community of faith, my church, through some of the core … [Read more…]
I love where I live. If you’ve never been to Bellevue, PA, the small borough just on the northern edge of the City of Pittsburgh, you really should check it out. Between its beautiful historic homes, quaint business district, small town school district, and yes, even the remaining cobble stone and brick roads, there’s a … [Read more…]
Two years ago today, was the last day of life as we knew it. Two years ago today, was the last day of life lived out of focus. Shortly after midnight on January 23, 2013, after nine long months of waiting, Erin and I welcomed the greatest gift and responsibility God has ever bestowed upon us. On January 22, 2013, Erin … [Read more…]
Charlotte’s second birthday is coming up next week.It’s hard to believe my little girl is going to be two years old already. I’ve often said, the night she was born I experienced that overwhelming love that I think only a parent can understand. Those of you who are parents will likely understand what I mean. … [Read more…]
The last time my dining room table looked like this I was finalizing my master’s thesis. Every one who has ever suffered through undergraduate and/or graduate level education, will inevitably ask themselves if the time, money, and stress invested into those simple pieces of paper (if you graduated) was worth it. Now that I am a business … [Read more…]
Not even two years old yet and Charlotte is already learning her letters at an incredible rate. I thought I’d have a little fun recording her progress thus far. There is nothing more fulfilling and fun in life than fatherhood.
As we know, the beginning of a new year is a perfect time for resolving a fresh start. But, fresh starts without context, without history, can only lead to a repetition of the heartaches of the past. That’s why we absolutely must begin with the end. They say, “Every end is a new beginning,” and it’s true. 2014 … [Read more…]