Monthly Archives: July 2014

What Jesus wasn’t

When I scroll through my memory of Michael Jordan highlights, my mind generally focuses on a few amazing dunks and a couple of buzzer-beating shots. It makes sense, that was MJ’s big thing. I mean, he’s known as “Air Jordan” … Continue reading

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Being the breeze amongst the chaos

Have you ever gotten into a stop light radio war? You come to a halt jamming to some Jimmy Buffett and then some dude pulls up beside you blaring “Fancy” so loud, suddenly you’re blaming I-G-G-Y for blowing out your … Continue reading

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The focus of a selfie

I recently had a friend who developed a series of camp lessons based on selfies and their impact on people’s self-worth. It’s a really interesting topic, as well as one that seems to be blowing up by Facebook timeline on … Continue reading

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Today’s work saves souls

If you’ve been a fan of pretty much any ESPN radio show during the past decade, you likely know this week was a pretty special one for those folks. For the past nine years the company has done some form … Continue reading

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Finding joy in the rules

I’m not a big fan of speed limits. No matter what the given limit is, I constantly find myself breaking it to the point of being just one MPH shy of getting pulled over. True be told, it’s not just … Continue reading

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God bless America, please.

In the next 24 hours, you’re likely to hear the phrase “God bless America” no fewer than 500 times. There’s always been something very curious to me about that phrase. I mean, what am I really saying? Is it a … Continue reading

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