|Posted on October 14, 2014 at 11:10 AM||comments (0)|
I have just returned from another wonderful weekend in Myrtle Beach / Little River, South Carolina. Back in the Spring I had my first experience signing at one of the Festivals in Little River. While there I met a ton of great folks, so I decided to make a return trip this fall. Again it was a wonderful experience. The music was top-notch, the food great, and people friendly.
While we were in the area, my wife and I stayed at the Grand Shores Resort in Myrtle Beach. We have stayed there many times before and just like every time before the room was clean and comfy. The staff is always friendly and helpful.
To sum it up, I can't wait for my next trip down!
|Posted on December 29, 2011 at 6:20 PM||comments (0)|
A new year is quickly aproaching. 2011 will soon be a thing of the past and 2012 will be a reality. Not a thing we can do will stop that from happening. Come midnight on Saturday (tomorrow night) people all over the world (some sober and some not) will be yelling at the top of their lungs, "Happy New Year!!" Sudenly it will be Sunday, January 1, 2012. Wow. Just like that.
The thing that grabs my thought in this is... What is going to make 2012 a Happy year? I'm serious. Is just the fact that it is a new year going to change anything? It may be an election year. Some will be happy with the outcome and some won't. Some may have a big income tax refund, but others will have to pay. So what will make the difference?
Almost everyone makes a resolution or two if they admit it or not. Those usually end up in the pile with the rest of life's broken illusions. But some... Some change the life of the one dedicated enough to follow through with whatever it takes to make the resolution a reality. Some also change the lives of others. Some even change the direction of ones eternity.
So what will you do to help make 2012 happy for you or for others? Take a moment and let us know?
|Posted on December 18, 2011 at 10:05 PM||comments (2)|
I pray this Christmas Season finds you all well. I have heard some talk about the Chapters being too short in my first book. As I am working on book two, I would like to hear some oppinions from some of my actual readers. Let me know that you think.
|Posted on November 16, 2011 at 2:15 PM||comments (1)|
How is it that we spend so much out our lives trying to become what we are not and still yet we hold tightly to what we are? The world is submerged in self help books and work out programs / videos. There are rooms in many homes that are the abode of unused, dust covered exercise equipment. Withall that said, when it come down to the sacrifice required to accomplish real change, the Gung Ho turns into Uh Oh. The baffling part are the Christians who refuse to become what God is calling them to be. We need to be willing, but He will change us. They fail to realize that it is not what we give up, but what we gain. It’s not what we cannot do, but what we do not have to do. It’s not what we get tied to, but what we are freed from. Is it not baffling? At times I wonder why I do not change as much as I want to. Changing means…