Thank You

On a recent family visit to Arlington National Cemetery we went inside one of the visitor centers where we found a guest book to sign. This was not simply a guest register like found at several park trails, for sale but a book to share your appreciation for those who have fought and served and paid the ultimate price for our freedom. We could not keep our girls from writing something, help nor did we try. They have aunts, uncles, and a grandfather who have served and have learned to appreciate their sacrifices. So today, this Memorial Day, on behalf of my children who have benefited so much from those who have given so much, we say Thank You. Continue reading “Thank You”

Catching the Wrong Train

Yesterday I had the chance to once again travel into Washington DC to participate in the Potomac Ministry Network’s NEXT. This time around John May and Mark Batterson had invited Darren Hileman to join them in challenging young leaders take the “NEXT step in their life and ministry”. As has been the case over the past few years, I feverishly took notes in my Moleskine I received as a gift during my first two-day NEXT and I coordinated with a close friend to meet me at Union Station early in the morning to debrief on life and ministry. Continue reading “Catching the Wrong Train”