Identity is too important to entrust to attractions. We need a greater, more reliable Source to tell us who we are and what our sexuality is for.
I’m guessing you’ve seen this before: A young kid shouting or singing through a cardboard paper-towel roll, projecting his voice through the house, when the inevitable happens. He slips over to his little sister, holds the make-shift megaphone to her ear, and, just for fun, yells at the top of his lungs. Sister cries, mom […]
I remember as a teenager taking a corner too fast on a snowy road in my step-dad’s car. The car spun out of control and slammed into the side of the street. My brother got out to assess the damage while I sat anxiously inside. Through the front windshield I read his lips: “You’re dead.” […]
Motivation to me has been present and powerful one day and as skittish as a mouse the next. I’ve found I’m not alone in this, so in my next few blogs, I’ll share some helpful truths I’ve been learning about motivation. Here’s the first: The most important question isn’t what someone else wants, it’s “What […]