One act of love can change everything

Sharing our faith should be as easy as sharing our favorite restaurant

It’s tough to say goodbye. It’s hard to believe this is our last Sunday together. After six years of being on this journey, today we worship with one another one last time. I’m going to miss all of you and what this… Read More

Selections from Matthew 9 and 10 Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness. When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because… Read More

How do you eat your donuts? Do you dunk them or do you like eating them “as is?”  And what do you like to have with your donut – milk, coffee, or something completely different?  Me, I’m an “as is” kind of… Read More

It’s been a year of milestones.  Emma is graduating from 8th grade.  I still can’t believe that.  I’m so proud of her and the person she is growing to become.  But it’s hard to believe.  Next year she’ll be in high school! … Read More

Who would make your list? Last weekend, we were at the Dodgers game a day early to celebrate Mother’s Day.  And in addition to the free hats they were giving away as part of the 60th anniversary of Dodger Stadium, they were… Read More

Where would we be without our moms? Nowhere.  Even if you didn’t have the best mom in the world, you could at least say one thing – she brought me into this world.  That alone should be an accomplishment worthy of recognition. … Read More

Milk…It does a body good. At least, if you’re a baby.  As you get older, the benefits of milk aren’t so obvious.  There was an article in the New York Times about whether or not milk actually does a body good and… Read More

How can failure make you great? Michael Jordan is arguably the greatest basketball player of all time.  There are others you might elevate to that lofty position –Lebron, Magic, or Kobe come to mind among many, but it would be hard to… Read More