Viewing entries posted in May 2015
I heard a sportscaster say that opening day of the NCAA men's basketball tournament is the number one day men call in sick.
I don’t know if that’s true or not, but on day one, the University of Kentucky opened up against Hampton University and Hampton’s odds of winning were .006%. They were an underdog for sure.
You're loved by God. I don’t know why it's so hard for us to deeply, wholly believe that's true sometimes. We hear again and again the whispers of doubt. Can I be a different voice, a louder voice, in your life today?
You really are loved.
“We were waiting in the driveway of their foster home and they got off the school bus. They came running down and all of a sudden Corey said “Daddy” and I just lost it and then Shamarion kept saying “Daddy” and that’s a word they hadn’t said in a long time, that was a really powerful moment.” Kyle Cooksey
When the Cooksey’s decided to adopt God led them to Project Zero and through Project Zero to their kids De’Aysha, Shamarion, and Corey.
When Richard and I moved last year we discussed whether we should pack a heavy bucket of old, rusty tools.
I pointed out that they hadn’t seen the light of day in five years. He held tight to the oversized white bucket, assuring me that he’d need them one day.
So we lugged the bucket of tools across state lines.