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I always loved an Easter egg hunt. My parents would make sure Easter morning was a wonderful experience for me and my sister. We had Easter baskets with candy and chocolate bunnies, and then the big moment arrived: the hunt. We would search the obvious...

Do you hear from God? I am not asking if God shows up in traffic and directs you home…that’s Ways. But I want you to think about the ways God communicates with you. With all of the voices swirling around social media, television, and well-meaning...

We love to argue about theories. I do not care if it is the strangest conspiracy theory you have ever heard or a theory about parenting…we enjoy a good debate. Most of those conversations happen because there are two sides to the story, which allows...

What would you do for your children? Better yet…what wouldn’t you do for your child? It is normal to think about sacrificing and providing for our children, but we do not always think about how far we should go for our children. The Hollywood and sports...

I learned very early on during my time at Annapolis, that sticking out for the wrong reasons was not a good idea. A familiar anthem (and soundtrack to a nightmare) became, playing off the song many of us learned from Sesame Street, “One of these...

As we move through our lame excuse for a winter, some realities have set in. One, the New England Patriots won another Super Bowl, and nothing can change that. Two, in a vacuum of entertainment options, new opportunities present themselves. The Patriots are polarizing. People either...

When we talk about second and third careers, some of us think about transitions, set-backs, and failed businesses. I am someone with three careers myself. (I always say, Some people take longer than others to figure out what they want to do when they grow...

Understanding the concept of scarcity is essential to economic theory and its application to daily life. While we are not all working on analyzing markets using supply and demand curves (some of you are saying, Amen!), the concept applies to life and our message this...

You and I ignore authority seemingly all of the time. What?! Not me, Pastor Joe. Yes, even you. We drive faster than we should…and this is for the crowd that thinks the speed limit signs are suggestions. No, that posted speed is the fastest we...

“Organized religion is dying in America. Not because of scandal, although that has hurt. No, the churches have immediate seating because the environment they foster is often irrelevant to our lives.” Ouch! That’s not good. That criticism came from an online column of a lay person…not a pastor...