It’s Complicated

My step-brother Richard (Rick) Morgan died in a car accident on August 6, 2017,  at the age of 35.  I wrote last week about how I almost missed the funeral, because I had shown up to the wrong airport for my flight.  It was definitely God’s grace and mercy that got me back to Indianapolis, … Continue reading It’s Complicated

A Lesson on Mercy

I was standing at the airport counter last Saturday in disbelief.  The agent informed me that out of the two major airports here in Dallas, I was at the wrong one, and my flight left in one hour.  The destination was home to Indianapolis; a place I had not visited in 13 years.  The occasion … Continue reading A Lesson on Mercy

Big Rain, Small Clouds

Our family just returned from a few days of staying on the lake.  It was a last minute trip and I was really praying that all the details would come together so our family could have a memorable time.  I prayed that I would find the right rental home.  I prayed while at the store that … Continue reading Big Rain, Small Clouds

Run Like a Champion Pt. 2

In last week’s post,  I was reminiscing how I ran the 400 meters on my high school track team.  It’s ironic that my coach placed me in such a difficult race, because I don’t really like to run.  I love basketball, but track had a social aspect that I really enjoyed; by social I mean … Continue reading Run Like a Champion Pt. 2