No Co-Pilot Allowed

December 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

  It’s really easy to obsess and overthink our problems. The scripture says that we should “cast our cares on God”. Meaning we should give it all (away) to Him. And walk away. And sleep well. And whistle a tune of freedom, peace, contentment, joy…but we don’t. I know I’ll sometimes pray and then think of […]

Satan is a Heckler

December 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

Everyone handles entertainment differently; many cheer their interests while others boo their opposition. There are a select few that take the extra step to insult, hiss, call you ugly and make fun of your mother all in the hopes of seeing you fail. That’s a heckler. And that’s the personality of Satan.  Often times in […]

Big Business, not Busyness

January 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

I actually like running errands. As a procrastinator, errands help me feel super-productive. Checking small tasks off a long list is fair exchange for a few large priority items falling by the wayside. But those largely important things like purpose, destiny, relationship with God are unavoidable. This explains why after completing a checklist full of […]

My 30 Day Digital Detox

September 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Happy Labor Day! In the spirit of resting from work, I’d love to share my recent experience with a 30 Day Digital Detox. Many of us spend countless hours scrolling or posting on social media. If we aren’t careful, it has the potential to make a detrimental impact on our spiritual connectedness to God as […]

God’s Network

June 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Someone told me a long time ago that “your network is your net worth.” You may have heard this popular phrase praised regarding jobs, career, happy hour mixers, socializing and moving up the corporate ladder. I deem it to be wholly false and inaccurate. Your network are the people you know and interact with, while […]

Soul Food

March 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Job 23:12 “I have not departed from the commandment of His lips; I have kept the words of His mouth more than my necessary food.” Over the past year and into this new year I’ve been on a super-scientific quest for better health and nutrition. Meal plans? Check! Gym classes and boot camp? Signed up! […]

Human Nature

February 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Whether giving props or throwing shade, Jesus being God and man, knew not to take people too seriously because he understood their waveringly inconsistent nature. Better yet, Jesus understood that the only one that matters in life; to cling to, set expectations for, be hopeful of, trust in and depend on is God the father. […]

Safe at Home Base

February 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Growing up in the suburbs of New York as an 80’s baby and outdoor kid, we played a game called Tag. This game consisted of three or more kids running around a playground. One kid temporarily held the status of “IT” and the IT kid had to chase the other kids around and touch another […]

It Ain’t my Fault

February 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

People are quick to point out what is wrong, who is responsible and why/how they should be punished. To play the role of prosecuting attorney, lead criminal detective and judge all at once is a lot to manage and probably a conflict of interest. So why bother at all? I thank God because there is […]

Flu Game

January 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

January 2018 has been reported to be one of the worst flu seasons in recent years. Even patients that dutifully received a flu shot in 2017 have gotten sick this year which is a bummer. A cold could leave, return with a higher fever and in some cases, patients have been hospitalized and even passed […]