Monthly Archives: May 2015

Father’s Day is Coming, But Read This Now

Last weekend we didn’t celebrate Father’s Day, but it sure felt that way to me. Delphos Jefferson grad Dillon Klein spent his Sunday in Cleveland with his dad, as they took in both the Indians win over the Reds and the Cavs win over the Hawks. Elida grad Kyle Miller...
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Is the Message in the Wind or the Whisper?

We bought a zoo. Not really, although that was a good movie. We bought a fire pit. That’s more accurate. Last night as I was roasting hot dogs over our beautiful new fire pit; I was amazed at how the wind would blow the smoke in one direction and then seconds later...
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Focus. Focus. The Importance of Focus.

Many times, as I arrive back to the TV-station from covering a few events, I will try and bring everything in from the car at one time. That means I am holding an empty water bottle that needs to be thrown away, a couple of rosters or programs, my cell...
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Strive for True Contentment

We celebrated my daughter Anna’s 4th birthday recently.  9 kids came over to play games and open presents.  My wife Leah made Anna her own personal strawberry ‘Frozen’ cake, to go along with the party theme that Anna had picked out. After taking a few bites of this cake, Anna...
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What Defines Your “All-In?”

It was recently my daughter’s birthday. 4 years ago, Anna Grace was born, and the next day she changed our lives for the better, making us a family of four. Our son Nathan was only 16 months of age at the time, but he could tell change was coming.  He...
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Be a Peter- Respond to Action

As we this about Good Friday and Easter, my mind is on Peter.  More specifically, my mind is on how Jesus treated Peter.   Lets look at the before, the during and the after.   BEFORE: Peter denies knowing Jesus three times before the crucifixion (John 18) 16 but Peter was...
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