I’m still recovering from two months of travel. I came back from my last trip very worn out and fighting a chest cold that just won’t let go.
The past couple of weeks… I’ve just been tired. Normally, a day off will do for recovery. But this has been different. Each day I get up and mash the gas peddle of what I want to do… and there’s simply no vroom there.
If there is any doubt that college football surpasses the NFL in
the psyche of the American people, all doubt was set aside yesterday as CFB experienced it’s most exciting Saturday of the season.
4 of the top 25 teams fell to lesser opponents including 2 of the top 5 in Oregon and Baylor.
San Diego State
Not the type of person who buys shoes at Foot Locker, but I have to admit this is a fantastic commercial.
ht to Marko
Last night things just kind of went sideways, for me. Kristen and Paul went to the Aztecs game– the reason being that I try not to miss Wednesday night high school small groups.
So the value I was trying to express is that I’m making Wednesday night with my guys a priority.
With Megan headed to her small group, that left us one adult short to watch Jackson, our toddler.
Every once in a while a parent or youth worker will ask me about Ask.fm. I thought it’d be useful to share a little bit about this smallish social network and how to help your teenager use it in a way that won’t lead them to getting hurt.
What is Ask.fm?
I sat down in 8A matter-of-factly. The doors closed on Southwest flight 561. We reached 10,000 feet, I put my headphones on, read a book for a bit, drank a Coke, and avoided small talk with a chatty passenger excited for vacation.
70 minutes later it was over. My 6th Southwest flight of the week in the books.
Youth ministry has a painful double-edged sword.
One the one hand, youth ministry plays a critical role in the faith development of teenagers. It’s incredible to be part of life transformation at such a defining point in their lives.
On the other hand you are only reading one chapter on a teenagers life.
You get– Chapter 3: The Teenage Years.