Update for May 2018

Hello again everyone! It’s been a long while since I have been able to sit down and write or record anything and so I wanted to take a moment to give you all a quick update. My First eBook is Coming Soon! As I mentioned in the last episode of the podcast (episode 14: Is… Continue reading Update for May 2018

The Value of Rest

If you’re like me, life is pretty good. I am thankful that I’ve been blessed to live in a country where I don’t go hungry, where I can speak freely about my faith and my views without persecution, and where I am able to —generally speaking — live without fear of violence toward myself or… Continue reading The Value of Rest

Seek First the Kingdom | AA:12

Thanks for listening! This week Dan discusses the state of young evangelicals according to a recent study and dives into what Jesus meant by "seek first His kingdom" as a response to the divisiveness of American social and political life today. I'd love to hear your thoughts and questions on this topic and others at… Continue reading Seek First the Kingdom | AA:12

Update: God’s Provision and Blessings

Hey everyone, I wanted to thank everyone for continuing to check out the blog and the podcast.  As I've said a number of times, life has been very busy over the last couple of years as I work toward finishing my degree, but as I wind down my final semester I wanted to share a… Continue reading Update: God’s Provision and Blessings

Proverbs Omnibus #2

1. Avoid the Ways of Sinful Men "My son, if sinful men entice you, do not give in to them." - Proverbs 1:10 Oh how many times have I thought about this?  Well, maybe not this particular verse, but as a dad I've had many occasions where I've wondered what my boys will do when… Continue reading Proverbs Omnibus #2

A Father’s Day Reflection

Those of you who have been following this blog for a while have heard bits and pieces of the story with my father.  My biological father passed away when I was a year old.  I grew up with my amazing grandfather as the male influence in my life and when I was eleven my mother… Continue reading A Father’s Day Reflection