Ironically, some folks who believe tolerance is the highest good can be pretty intolerant when it comes to people who disagree with them — even going so far as to call Christians bigots.
However, Christians can be intolerant too. Sometimes… Read the rest
Back in the first week of January, I posted a suggestion to pick a Zip Code near where you live, and commit to praying regularly for it. Remember?
I wrote, This is a simple tool, and one you can use,… Read the rest
San Diego’s a military town, and I love that our church, the Rock, reaches out to members of the Armed Forces and their families regardless of whether they attend or not. That’s what we did this week in honor… Read the rest
Faith, family and friends. That’s all that really matters.
One of the messages I shared a lot this last week, after the shock of Junior Seau’s death, is this. Reach out. Simple, but essential. Extend a hand of love to… Read the rest
Fans attending the Celebration of Life for Junior Seau Friday night, May 11 will hear an all-star lineup share stories and memories of the San Diego sports and community icon.
I received an invitation and I’d like you all to attend.
The… Read the rest
San Diego County and all of pro sports suffered a terrible blow last week when we heard that Junior Seau had killed himself.
Even though his fame and fortune made my friend Junior appear larger than life, death is a… Read the rest
Ever been having a conversation with a friend, laughing, and then another guy walks up? Zip! You shut off all the joking. “Oh hi. How you doing?” Then Friend #1 says “Later” and walks off, leaving you to standing there… Read the rest