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She’s 14 Already?

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This is the question that I find myself asking this week as Hayley, my second oldest child, celebrates her birthday. Wow! Time sure does fly when you’re a parent! I felt old enough back in February when my oldest daughter, … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Eaven

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Today (April 28, 2016, as of this writing), my one and only son turns 5 years old. This is a pretty big deal, considering the road that we have traveled together as a family over the past 5 years. 5 … Continue reading

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Purple Poetry

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Dig if U will, a picture… The room is adorned in PURPLE, PEACH, and BLACK. A candle burns by the stained glass window, as the rain falls. The lights go down in this empty room… This is the day we … Continue reading

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Seeing the Art in People

Sometimes it’s hard to see the big picture. Let me give you an example… A few years ago, while I was in the middle of a studio project with a client, I offered to play some of my unfinished work … Continue reading

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A Picture of Faith

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A poetic retelling of the message from Matthew 15:21-28 Do you know? Do you care? Have you forgotten where you came from? Are you listening to me? Is there anybody out there? Is there anyone who cares? Is there someone who will … Continue reading

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Some Time To RESET…

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So… Here we are in 2015. According to “Back to the Future, Part II”, we’re supposed to have the flying cars by now, right? Anyway, it was a little over a year ago, around the end of 2013, that I … Continue reading

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What I Learned in Africa – Part 2: Melody, Harmony, and Other Things We All Have in Common

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“It matters not what country the musician or the fan comes from. Music is a language that all understand.” –Victor Wooten This quote is actually from a book I was reading while I was in Malawi, and I saw it … Continue reading

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What I Learned in Africa – Part 1: God is an Incredible Artist

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As I explained in my previous post, I just recently returned home from a mission trip to Malawi, Africa. I, along with a team from my church, were there to work with Blessings Hospital, one of very few medical facilities … Continue reading

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What I Learned in Africa: An Introduction

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“If you’re not using your life to make someone else’s life better, then you are wasting it.” I don’t quite remember where and when I heard the above phrase, but it has really come to mean a lot to me … Continue reading

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A Post for Miss Hayley

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On my first solo CD, “Refuge”, I concluded the CD with a little lullaby that I had written for my daughter, Cassidy (“Little Angel”). As part of the rhythm track, I had sampled her heartbeat the night before she was … Continue reading

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