Identity

Starlight.

I had a surreal moment tonight. I was playing basketball at the gym by myself, something I do often nowadays. It’s my recharge time. It’s my time to step away from the weight of my responsibilities. Tonight was different though. I felt like I wasn’t alone. I actually felt like

When I’m my best self

I’ve been doing some soul searching lately. Honestly, I have felt a bit off for quite some time now. I can’t really put my finger on when this change happened, but I can clearly look back to a time in my life where I feel like I was a much

Living to your full potential

The 2015 NBA Finals just finished up last week, and I caught myself seeing more than just some guys playing a game with a ball on the tv. This year, I noticed a select few individuals that really stood head and shoulders above the rest. There is a popular video

Imposter Syndrome

As a web developer, my greatest struggle is believing in my knowledge and worth. No matter how much my skill level may increase, it seems as though it’s never good enough. There is always someone out there that knows more than I do, or can do the things I do

Power in Choice

Lately my wife and I have been spending a lot of time talking about our will. I’m not talking about the kind of will where you list who all your stuff is gonna go to, I’m talking about the mind/will/emotions kinda will. Specifically we have been talking about the power

Storyline

I just started the Storyline workbook and am really excited. Storyline is all about finding your subplot in God’s story. I’m excited to see what God has to say about what my part to play is. I have setup a ‘My Subplot‘ page, and will be entering details into it

Once an Orphan, Now a King

Lately God has been reminding me that I’m no longer an orphan. Sometimes I forget and need to be reminded.

God has been coating his reminders with globs of grace. It typically sounds something like, ‘Son, you aren’t an orphan anymore. Remember that I adopted you and made you my own. You don’t need to fend for yourself anymore. You don’t have to fight for things like you use to.’