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Speaker, Writer, Encourager

After becoming MVP and hitting a record number of home runs as a t-baller at age 9, I lost my ability to hit home runs and my dreams of a professional baseball career never materialized. Now decades later, I’m thrilled to be hitting home runs in areas I call “Calendar, Cash, & Calling,” and I’m excited to share what God has taught me. Don’t get stranded at third base—this blog is all about making it home in these critical areas of your life.

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Friday Inspiration

Live a life of pleasure: you become shallow and empty.

Live a life of fame: you become haughty, arrogant, and rude.

Live a life for power and influence:  you become overbearing, oppressive, and insensitive.

Live a life for wealth: you become greedy and selfish.

Live a life for the will …

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Brighter Than the Sun

I am just at the very beginning of knowing God. I hopefully have a long road ahead of getting to know Him deeper; instead of it seeming arduous, I see it as a road filled with amazing adventures.

For instance, this morning when reading Acts 26:13, I read these words, …

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Friday Inspiration

They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone kept feeling a sense of awe; and many wonders and signs were taking place through the apostles. And all those who had believed were together and had all things …

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God has an outside voice, and He’s not afraid to use it. But when God wants to be heard, when what He has to say is too important to miss, He often speaks in a whisper just above the absolute threshold of hearing.

Mark Batterson, Lead Pastor of National Community …

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Numbers

The bible is full of numbers.  I believe God really likes numbers—he even named a book in the Bible after them.  I’ve always liked numbers too.  I’ve been playing with them since I was four. It began with playing cribbage with my uncle, then baseball cards and statistics, multiplication tables, …

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