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  • Taking It For Granted

    When I was a kid, I took my parents’ anniversary for granted. Each year came and we greeted them. They seemed happy to celebrate it, but it was not the most exciting occasion for a…

  • Passport Control and Heaven #2

    Yesterday I blogged about my thoughts during our longest wait ever at immigration and passport control. It came right after a fifteen hour journey that included Philip being cranky, tired, even having a…

  • Passport Control and Heaven #1

    Yesterday, our family arrived back in the United States from Brazil. It’s hard to explain what it’s like for a person from a third world nation (excuse me, developing nation) entering the…

  • Our Marriage and the Statistics

    Last Thursday, Carla and I celebrated our 5th year anniversary. It’s been five years, filled with so many memories that our single lives feel like separate lifetimes. After five years, all we…

  • Celibacy: Gift or Curse?

    Last night, I was talking with some men in my discipleship coaching group about the blog I wrote last Monday. We got to speaking about being single and the term the Gift…

  • Why Everything is Fundamentally Flawed

    A few days ago, an article entitled Why Courtship is Flawed popped up in my Facebook feed. I read it and noted the thousands of likes and shares. I think the author did a…