I’m one of those people that likes to do puzzles. I enjoy the challenge of figuring things out and achieving the end goal.
In my own life there have been times when I have been puzzled and I’ve asked myself, “What am I doing here?” or “How is this leading me to where I’m suppossed to be?”
In this weeks Life Traffic Report I talk about puzzles in our life and how we should approach the seasons that just don’t make sense.
Have you ever sat outside waiting for something to happen and almost missed or completely missed it? This almost happened to me as I was wanting to see the sunrise. I thought the cloud cover was hiding the sun but I was wrong. Listen to today’s Life Traffic Report about watching for the sunrise.
As a young boy I dreamed of flying. In fact, for the last several years I’ve tried to work my way into R/C planes, but it’s a rather difficult thing to learn on your own. I figured out quickly that I needed a mentor/coach to help me get to the point where I could confidently fly a plan. In this week’s Life Traffic Report I talk about some of the people we allow to speak into our lives.
I have to admit… I’m so excited for football season to be back. In this weeks Life Traffic Report I talk about how focused we can get on things of this world when what we should focus on is Christ.
This last Sunday after worship, I was approached by a couple people who asked me to explain a statement I made about going to Heaven and ensuring we make it. In this weeks Life Traffic Report, I share what I told them.
While taking the students to camp this week, I thought about what it was like when I would go to camp. Camp to me was an opportunity to get away from “normal” life and get focused. I still love to go camping and get away from it all. In this weeks Life Traffic Report I look at what it means to get away and focus on the right thing.
One Monday morning while at the gym, I unfortunately encountered the death of a fellow patron of the gym. He collapsed and died on the running track serveral feet away from where I was playing volleyball. As I and the others began to react I noticed there were three kinds of people.