Every time I hit a major mileage milestone, I stop immediately at the next available area, give thanks to God, and celebrate all the opportunity to be out and about in his creation. I snap a picture, as I have on bikes prior to this one. So blessed to have had the first 1,000 miles … Continue reading 1,000 miles of smiles!
At long last (thank you for your patience!), I've made it through a multitude of technical difficulties to bring you this latest installment of MotoMinistry. Like motorcycling, it takes discipline to make it safely through the twists and turns of life. Focusing on God's Word, as Joshua 1:8 teaches us, has its benefits. The more … Continue reading Episode 003: Slow, Look, Press, Roll
Apologies for the lack of a video for the last couple of weeks. I've had some technical difficulties, primarily with microphones inside my helmet. I also got a new, safer helmet, and had to deal with camera angles and such on the new lid. I've literally done four takes of the same message, and since … Continue reading “Gearing up” for another video soon…
Who is qualified to read God's word? YOU ARE! In this episode, we discuss the "complicated" Word of our creator, and the passage that promises we really are capable of interpreting what He has to say. 🙂 https://youtu.be/vRxdHz8atVo
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In the very first episode of MotoMinistry, we discuss disappointment, and seeking out God's direction in our lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hrU6m7ez9c&feature=youtu.be
I haven't written much on this blog of late. As a matter of fact, my better half seems to be churning out content left and right, leaving me in the dust. She has a lot of great things to say, and it always pays dividends when I decide to listen to her. 🙂 I did … Continue reading When being right is wrong
It's hard to not feel like sometimes everything is crumbling away in our lives. Our problems run the gamut. It can be something physical, like a persistent or even terminal illness that invades our lives. It can be material needs escaping us. More often than not, however, it is a result of interactions with other … Continue reading The Lurking Liar
If you're a parent, your patience has undoubtedly been tested. Kids can be downright difficult, and even infuriating. Even the best parent can be brought to the edge of sheer rage, and some of us have crossed that threshold from time to time. It's test after test; age after age. Seven going on 17, kids … Continue reading The Patient Parent
I heard a great analogy today from Tony Evans, and I just had to share it. James 4:7 tells us the following: Submit yourselves then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. If you're allergic to ragweed, for example, I doubt very highly you will be dancing around in too many … Continue reading Satan has an allergy