A Dad’s Perspective on the Mommy Wars

A Dad’s Perspective on the Mommy Wars

I’ll never forget the moment I found out I was going to be a dad.  On the morning of July 4, 2011, my wife came out of the bedroom of our apartment holding the positive pregnancy test.  We were scared, excited, and caught up in the emotions of the moment. In the...
Matchbox Cars & The Question I Keep Asking

Matchbox Cars & The Question I Keep Asking

My matchbox cars were my favorite toys when I was a kid. My dad donated a small handful of the cars from his childhood down to me and it became the foundation of my own massive collection. Between my brother and me, we had several hundred Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars...
Delighted

Delighted

Through the years, I’ve enjoyed a great relationship with my parents. (By the way, today is my Mom’s birthday. I love you Mom!) We’ve always gotten along pretty well, even in the infamous teenage years when it would have been popular to hate and challenge them at...
My Boy Can Yawn!

My Boy Can Yawn!

This is an article I wrote on Holly’s blog just a few days before she went into labor with Caleb. I thought I would take the opportunity to share it here. After an early indicator of Down Syndrome appeared on our son’s sonogram in October, Holly and I were...
This Concept Keeps Convicting Me

This Concept Keeps Convicting Me

Throughout my spiritual journey, there are certain concepts that have dominated my time and attention. When I was in high school, I was always processing the idea of worship. What is it? What is true worship in God’s eyes? How should we approach it? When I got into...