A Dream, Some Cows & the Theory of Relativity

August 11, 2016

Albert Einstein is world-renowned for his Theory of Relativity, which was a monumental scientific discovery in the 20th century. Here we will dissect this theory and prove that I have no idea what I’m talking about. Speed, light and time are all very fascinating but did you know the genesis of Einstein’s discovery was from […]

Write It Or Forget It

I can only remember one dream that I had before 2008. It was from my childhood. I was standing by a pond with my Dad relieving myself. I woke up in middle of this dream to find that I had urinated all over myself. Yup. It is clear that God speaks through dreams, but some dreams […]

Stop Looking at the Wreck in the Other Lane!

Nearly every place I’ve lived locals complain about how bad the traffic is including a town called Niceville, FL which has a grand population of 14,058. The home of the Mullet Festival and a way too big high school football stadium has serious bumper to bumper action. Let me tell you. Hampton Roads, Tidewater, 7 […]

Google’s Mobile Website Ranking Update

Last April everyone was screaming about the Google update that would derank (word?) websites that were not mobile friendly. Well, mobilegeddon came and went without much fanfare… or did it? The Google Webmaster Blog came out March 16, 2016 with an update about the update. As of May 2016, Google will “start rolling out an […]

5 Traits Needed to Claim Your Inheritance

February 12, 2016

Psalm 37 has an often quoted verse that has graced many calendars, refrigerator magnets, inspirational posters, etc. Spend any time in church and you will have heard verse four, “Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.” Just because we hear it a lot does not mean it […]

A Dream Lesson from Winter Storm Jonas

January 22, 2016

The headlining news of the week has been Winter Storm Jonas as it moves into dump historical amounts of snow, sleet and ice on the East Coast. While many parts of the Mid-Atlantic will be significantly affected, that may not be the case here in Virginia Beach. The school system dutifully exacted a preemptive cancellation […]

Writing in Red Shoes

January 18, 2016

Early in 2014 I saw a study that claimed people are more likely to trust someone who is wearing red shoes. I don’t remember if the psychology behind it was explained but it really can only mean one thing. Santa Claus wears red. Everybody loves Santa Claus. Ergo wear red shoes and people will think […]

Are Your Goals Big Enough?

You heard it. That nagging little voice inside of you. Taunting you. Mocking the very idea that you even let the thought happen. Ridiculing your attempts at becoming more than what you currently are. You know what that voice is? Fear. Fear doesn’t belong. It likes to think it does and it sometimes gets validated by […]

Reclaiming Purpose

December 21, 2015

This morning’s quiet time did not make my all-time list of encounters with Jesus. I was there. He was there. But it was pretty blah. I was fighting cold symptoms. I felt dead tired. I had a headache. I soldiered on and read some of Psalms and did a little journaling and prayer. But, yeah, […]