How to Make Difficult Decisions

How do you process your difficult, delicate decisions? Do you write pros and cons lists while weighing out all of the potential scenarios, or do you rely on emotions and gut reactions? Do you feel confident when you make your difficult decisions or do you tend toward frequent second guessing? We all have to answer […]

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You will never get snared if you do not stray

You have certainly discovered how dangerous life can be right? Surely, by this point in your story, you have faced both demons and human treachery. You have had your back against some walls, and you have found ways to break through other ones. You have won and you have been defeated. You have been both […]

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Won’t Becomes Can’t

Anne Frank, whose Holocaust diary was posthumously published as the famed Diary of a Young Girl, stated, “Our lives are fashioned by our choices. We first make our choices. Then our choices make us.” Miss Frank was a mere fifteen years old when she died in a concentration camp and yet her writings possess a […]

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Chance vs. Opportunity

“Make the most of every opportunity.” That’s what the Bible tells us to do in Ephesians 5:16 and Colossians 4:5, but what if we don’t? What happens if we don’t make the most of an opportunity? Or worse, what if we miss an opportunity altogether? Are we out of luck, doomed to never get that […]

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Satan’s favorite babysitter

Self-pity is Satan’s favorite babysitter. At least that’s what my pastor used to say when I was growing up, and now that I’m a grown man with a few years of experience under my belt I can conclusively say that he was right. Self-pity—with its accompanying self-loathing and victim mentality—has NEVER helped me get ahead […]

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