Love as Motivation for Time Management

We normally think about time management in terms of personal productivity – we want to manage our time well so that we can accomplish things, finish what we start, achieve goals, and pursue excellence. We want to avoid time wasters, unorganized schedules, and time spent on things of lesser priority because it robs us of…

My Front Row Seat to Having All Daughters

It happened again this week. We took our four young daughters out for lunch and the restaurant we chose employed a magician to entertain kids while waiting for their food. As he approached and saw me surrounded by four young girls, he looked at me and said, “Four girls, huh? Sorry dad!” This was followed…

3 Resolutions to Make…and Keep!

Yes, this is another resolution blog post for 2019. Cheesy? Perhaps. But life already goes in patterns and cycles, so why not take advantage of it to live more for the glory of God? Let’s make this trip around the sun resound through the days when the Lord God will be our everlasting sun. My…

Flashback Wednesday: What I Learned in the Hospital

We’re doing something new here at Theology Along the Way! On Wednesdays, we’ll be flashing back to a popular post from years in the past. Hope you enjoy this one from last January: This past week I had to be hospitalized as an unidentified virus was breaking down the muscles in my legs. It brought…