Think…

I think. A lot. All the time, in fact. There are times I’d like to shut my brain down for a while, but that’s not why God put me here. I’m here to think, ask questions, think some more. And to speak my mind on what matters to me. So are you. But you’re not… Continue reading Think…

Work, Play, Play, Work

“As educator and minister Lawrence Pearsall Jacks wrote: A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever… Continue reading Work, Play, Play, Work

Lessons on Shoulder Stability & Strength

This hand has a quick lesson to teach about shoulder strength and stability. Gray Cook and others have researched and written about the relationship between gripping, grip strength and activation of important neuro-muscular activation pathways to and through the gleno-humeral complex. A few weeks ago, I injured my left ring finger tossing a KB around.… Continue reading Lessons on Shoulder Stability & Strength

Intention and Action

Great story, and a great example of how to build bridges and help solve problems rather than lying about others to further divide people. (right, Michael Bennett? Body cam footage works both ways…and before you jump that shark, yes, I’m pretty sure I’ve seen it all…20 different video clips, so save your outrage for someone… Continue reading Intention and Action

“Us” vs. “Them”…

To the amazement of many who know me, I have stayed out of the political fray throughout the entire 2016 Presidential election cycle, with the exception of writing this post here: Thoughts on Being Right and Speaking Life I’m currently working on a post-election follow-up piece, but wanted to share this with you. This was… Continue reading “Us” vs. “Them”…

What’s YOUR Mountain?

Very short post today… In fact, I have only one question… What’s YOUR mountain? Fear, finances, body image, addiction, relationships…whatever your mountain is, the only way to the top is to climb. You can wallow or you can climb…which will YOU choose? James 1:2-4 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 Mark 11:23-24