Monthly Archives: July 2021

An Answer Everyone Should Hear (by Kevin)

The 2021 NBA champions are the Milwaukee Bucks, a talented team led by Giannis Antetokounmpo, who scored 50 points in the final game and was named MVP. Kevin Scobee, a friend of mine and talented writer, offers a beautiful thought on this remarkable young man.  A short clip of 1 minute, 51 seconds was floating around Twitter the other day. (Video link below.) I didn’t … Continue reading An Answer Everyone Should Hear (by Kevin) »

Building Bridges and Strengthening Bonds

The Minneapolis Herald Tribune recently featured a story about two dear friends of mine, Sam Hanson and his son, Jai.  The story provides a timely message in bridge-building and one that during these divisive times will surely bring a healing balm.   Not an either/or: Minnesota police officer and dad find common ground on race and policing. Police officer, ex-judge work to see eye to eye. … Continue reading Building Bridges and Strengthening Bonds »

Making Doubt Our Friend (Reformatted)

Friends: We are re-sending the post from yesterday with re-sized graphics for easy viewing in email. I’ve often wondered what initiates the big changes we make in our lives. Is there something these game changing events have in common? As I’ve considered my own big changes, I notice a frequent theme — doubt. Do you remember the first time you entertained a serious doubt? Do … Continue reading Making Doubt Our Friend (Reformatted) »