Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. However you want to stack them up, they are two of the greatest basketball players of all time. No doubt. No question. Bar none. Larry Bird and Magic Johnson were polar opposites, especially Off the basketball court. Yet they both contributed characteristics that each of … Continue reading 7 Things Every Great Leader Could Learn From Larry Bird and Magic Johnson.
We all have a past, don’t we? Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could pick the parts out that we like and discard the parts that aren’t so pretty? Well, we can’t. Our past is just that, our past. Everyone has one and no one’s past is perfect. My past doesn’t look like a pretty … Continue reading I Am Not Defined By My Past.
Wow. It’s difficult for me to put into words the sequence of events over the past twelve years of my life to even allow me to write this post. So, I will ask God to put the words into my mouth so that I can relay the enormity of what lead up to the events … Continue reading God’s Not Dead…Really!!!
Today I tried to have an intelligent discussion with my mother-in-law about the movie The Passion of the Christ. It didn’t go so well as I imagined it wouldn’t. I told her that I watched the movie with my two kids, ages 9 and 10 and that they had so many questions pertaining to Jesus … Continue reading Passion of the Christ….is it too much for kids?
At some point in our lives we want to be known for something. This started when we were little and were so selfish that we would raise our hand to the teacher so high when she would ask, ‘who worked this problem correctly?’ We all want to be known. This idea of ‘being known’ is … Continue reading fifteen minutes of fame- then what?
Unbelievable, that Kentucky vs. Notre Dame game was, to secure the Final Four spot in the 2015 NCAA Final Four. Next stop, Indianapolis! Not that a perfect 38-0 record isn’t enough to talk about, I know that Kentucky fans won’t stop dreaming about another championship trophy. I often think about these young men and the … Continue reading congrats Wildcats- the ultimate Kentucky ballgame
John Calipari has a way with coaching young players. As I sit here awaiting my Kentucky Wildcats to take on Notre Dame to see who advances to the 2015 Final Four, I have noticed what separates the Cats from other teams. Yes, this year has been an exceptional year for the Wildcats as far as … Continue reading Kentucky wildcats- ball players turning into men