2 Chronicles 28 – We All Have a Little Something in Us
Most of us have been taught that if we look hard enough, we will find some good in everyone. But there’s a person in 2 Chronicles chapter 28 who challenges … Read more
From Romance to Roommates…and Back Again!
“What happened to us. We use to talk all the time, have fun together, send each other love notes, and be up for anything. And now it’s like we’re just … Read more
2 Chronicles 25-27 – Who Are You Full Of?
“Pride goes before destruction, and haughtiness before a fall” (Prov. 16:18 NLT) Sometimes (if not most of the time) we’re our own worst enemy. Especially when things are going well … Read more
2 Chronicles 24 – Success or Failure?
Go to any bookstore, browse the business and leadership section, and you’ll find many books that supposedly contain the secrets of success. People want to know the steps, the formulas, … Read more
2 Chronicles 23 – Bold Decisions and Courageous Actions
On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy made a very bold decision to land a man on the moon and return him safely to earth; and to do that … Read more
Has Your Marriage Atrophied?
Here’s a common occurrence in counseling. A married couple comes into my office and tells me they love each other but they’re not in love with each other. The spark’s … Read more
2 Chronicles 22 – How to Change the Future
There are times in the life of a nation when corruption seems to be the only rule of government. Government leaders seem more loyal to their perks than their public. … Read more
A Heartbreaking Anniversary
What follows is a different type of post than I usually write. It’s less professional and more personal, so please forgive me if I take off my counseling hat for … Read more
2 Chronicles 21 – Why Would Someone Do That?!
There are stories that make you say, “Why would someone do that?” On October 2, 2006, a man walked into a one-room Amish school house in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and … Read more
Are You Asking the Wrong Questions?
I had a daughter who taught me the importance of asking the right questions. When she was a teen, If I asked how she did on an exam, she would … Read more