Failure, Forgiveness and Your Future On SoundCloud!

Have you ever failed at something important to you? Have you ever felt like a failure? Fact is, we all fail from time to time but there is a huge difference between failing and being a failure. Those who claim to have never failed are either hopelessly delusional or playing it so safe ... Jan 4th, 2016 • No Comments


David Moore and Pamala Kennedy

From Stuck to Starting Over

When hindrances confront us we must recognize them as opportunities to prove what we are made of. It is easy to move forward on a journey if the road is a four lane expressway with no bumps, curves, or detours to slow us down. But when faced with impassable roadblocks, if we persevere ... Nov 1st, 2013 • 1 Comment


Remain Enthusiastic

Remain Enthusiastic

One evening a discouraged pastor asked his board; "What do you think our problem is... apathy or ignorance?" to which one board member quietly answered; "I don't know and I don't care." It's been said that enthusiasm is the highest paid commodity on the planet. If that's true, what would your ... May 7th, 2010 • 1 Comment


God Exists

God Exists

Want to know that God Exists? Just Look Up. Every once in a while, I get that fleeting thought; "Hey, what if God doesn't really exist?" It never lasts very long, but I'm not real good with blind faith. That's why I like tangible things I can bounce my faith off ... Apr 5th, 2010 • 2 Comments



Failure Isn’t Fatal

Everyone experiences an occasional failure but some failures are more obvious than others. And those are the kind of failures we like to avoid. It reminds me of what the former NHL goalie who said; "How would you like a job where, if you make a mistake, a big red light ... Apr 4th, 2010 • 4 Comments


Shape Up

Shaping Up

How many sermons have you ever heard of the importance of fitness? I grew up in the church attending Sunday morning, Sunday night and Wednesday night but never heard a sermon on fitness. Oh, we had plenty of potlucks, ice cream socials and pie but never a word about the problem ... Apr 2nd, 2010 • No Comments